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ACLS Megacode 1 In-Hospital

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  • You are interning at a nearby hospital. Upon entering the hospital room of a 25-year-old male who was admitted the previous evening for chronic abdominal pain and a history of gastrointestinal ulcers, you find them unresponsive, lying in bed. On the table next to the bed is a half-eaten sandwich, so you assume he was eating shortly before. A rapid initial assessment reveals the following:

    Vital signs
    • Pulse rate, Blood pressure, Respiratory rate, Temperature: Unobtainable
    Physiological systems
    • Integumentary: Moist, cool
    • Cardiovascular: No palpable pulse
    • Respiratory: Visible chest rising, no audible respirations
    • Neurological: Unresponsive