MCQ Pediatrics 14

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A 17-year-old white female has a history of intermittently recurring cardiac arrhythmias. She comes to the emergency department with a 1-hour history of weakness and rapid heart beat. Her lungs are clear and she denies chest pain. Her blood pressure is 110/60. Her EKG is shown below.



Of the following, the most appropriate immediate management would be:

A) cardioversion.
B) cardiac pacing.
C) adenosine (Adenocard).
D) bretylium (Bretylol).
E) lidocaine (Xylocaine).

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