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Atropine sulphate
Asystole or PEA: 1mg IV, ET (2-3mg diluted to 10mL NS), repeat q 3-5 min, MAX dose 0.03-0.04 mg/kg
-no eficacy set for pediatric

Bradydysrhythmias:
Adult-0.5mg q 3-5 min for desired response MAX dose: 3mg
Ped-0.02mg/kg IV/IO/ET diluted to 3-5 mL, max single dose:0.5mg for child and 1mg for adolescent, may repeat in 5 min for max dose of 1mg for child and 2mg for adolescent.

Anticholinesterase poisoning: Adult-1-2mg IV push q 5-15 min until effects observed, then q 1-4 hrs for atleast 24 hrs
Ped-0.02-0.05 mg/kg/dose IV, repeat q 10-20 min until effects observed, then q 1-4 hrs for atleast 24 hrs
Sodium bicarb
Adult- 1 mEq/kg IV, repeat w/ 0.5 mEq/kg q 10min

Ped- same as adult, infuse slowly and only if ventilations are adequate