[Answer] A 7-year-old boy is found unresponsive apneic and pulseless. CPR is ongoing. The child is intubated and vascular access is established. The ECG monitor shows an organized rhythm with a HR of 45/min but a pulse check reveals no palpable pulses. High-quality CPR is resumed and an initial IV dose of epinephrine is administered. Which intervention should you perform next?

Answer: Identify and treat reversible causes
A 7-year-old boy is found unresponsive apneic and pulseless. CPR is ongoing. The child is intubated and vascular access is established. The ECG monitor shows an organized rhythm with a HR …

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