The Only 2 Cardiac Arrest Arrhythmias We Should Shock:
During cardiac arrest, we must analyze the rhythm immediately and shock if the rhythm is ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia.
Defibrillate with 120-200 joules with biphasic units, 200-360 with monophasic units.
*do not defibrillate for ventricular tachycardia when the patient has a palpable pulse
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