Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Opioid Overdose Algorithm

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Free board review question of the week on opioid overdose

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This week’s case-based question:

A 62-year-old woman presents after being treated at the scene for pulseless electrical activity (PEA) with epinephrine, which improved her blood pressure and increased her heart rate from 50 to 65 beats/minute. However, she remained apneic and was successfully intubated in the field. She now has a pulse between 60 and 65 beats/minute, her blood pressure is 80/20 mm Hg, and she has persistent apnea unless ventilated. The paramedics report that she did not require sedation either before or after intubation. Her pupils are miotic but symmetrical.

Results on computed tomography (CT) of her head are normal, as are initial findings on a basic metabolic profile and bedside glucose determination. She was thought to be down about 3 minutes prior to the arrival of emergency medical services.

Her blood pressure has changed only minimally after a trial of normal saline bolus 500 mL.

The first treatment of choice for this patient is which of the following?

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