So here's the super quick version.
In an arrest, defibrillation shocks are used only in two types of rhythm, and while both have the heart still in some sort of motion, they're not the kind of heartbeat that will sustain life.
In ventricular fibrillation, the heart is just quivering, not...
Overdose of unspecified meds. Originally, I thought it was opiates. Naloxone was ineffective. The patient was clenched and couldn’t protect his own airway. No RSI here. A nasal tube was the next option.