ACLS Megacode 4: Supraventricular Tachycardia Hurry, don’t let time run out! Sorry, time is up! 0 hours 0 minutes 0 seconds Step 1 of 5 20% A 24 y/o F presents complaining of feeling light-headed and short of breath. Her initial vitals are as follows: T 36.8 / BP 120/60 / HR 180 / RR 20 / Pulseox 100% on room air. You check an EKG which demonstrates the following: 1. What is the best management strategy?*Calcium channel blockersCarotid massage or valsalva maneuversIV fluidsBeta-blockers You attempt vagal maneuvers but the patient remains in what appears to be SVT.2. What medication can be administered for therapeutic and/or diagnostic purposes?*AdenosineAmiodaroneAmitriptylineAtenolol You administer 6mg of adenosine and get the following EKG: 3. What is your next step in management?*TransfuseRe-assess vitalsAdminister beta blockersAdminister calcium channel blockers The patient originally felt improved but now complains of feeling light-headed again. Her repeat vitals are as follows: T: 36.8 BP: 70/40 HR: 180s RR: 24 O2: 100% You get a repeat EKG which demonstrates the following: 4. What is your next step in management?*Carotid massageDefibrillateAdminister calcium channel blockerCardiovert 5. What Joules should be used for cardioversion?*200 J360 J220 J150 J This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.