Do you administer thrombolytics during cardiac arrest? Or maybe you don't believe in thrombolytics, but are totally down with fibrinolytics during arrest. Who do you administer them to and which one do you use? I give you my own circuitous ramblings on the topic in this episode.
Who Should Get Lysed?
- TROICA (19092151)
Studies not Included in that SR/MA
- PEAPETT (27422214) (RebelM Review)
- French Registry Trial (31381884)
Full Dose Tenecteplase via Manufacturer Recs or 50 mg of Alteplase by IV Push over ~60 seconds (29880524)
How Long Should You Keep Going?
- 30-60 minutes after lytic administration
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Evidence on the lack of utility of the RV during arrest to dx PE
Now on to the Podcast…
- EMCrit 293 – The Jerk & Check, Functional Heuristics in Resuscitation Project (MotR) - March 3, 2021
- EMCrit 292 – IV T3 for Myxedema Coma, A Different Take with Eve Bloomgarden - February 23, 2021
- EMCrit 291 – For Frak's Sake, Ketamine is at least as Hemodynamically Stable as Etomidate! - February 9, 2021