Sudden VTACH to VFIB - page 2
by Rise Against
Is sudden Vtach and then to pulseless vfib randomly in the night of day common? No pvc's during the day, electrolytes within range. Bilat chest tubes d/t bilat pneumo's. s/p cabg several weeks. vitals within normal limits all... Read More
- 1Mar 24, '10 by traumaloverit could have been any number of things, tension pneumothorax, PE (PE's can be a PEA, or brady arrest, but also can be v tach)collapsed or ruptured graft, a clot in any of the grafts or coronary arteries, etc.....are they doing an autopsy? Sudden change in K level due to lasix? Calcium and mag both okay? No new meds or withdrawal of antiarryhmics?