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Using push dose pressors have become common practice in the pre-hospital and critical care environments.  We have seen many companies adopt protocols that guide the use of medications such as Epinephrine and Phenylephrine as the go-to medications in the setting of Rapid Sequence Intubation, with associated hemodynamic compromise.  However, are these the best medication?  We know that both Epinephrine and Phenylephrine come with many potential side effects.  Is there a better option? Join us to find out more about "The New KID On The Block." Lastly, we couldn’t make this podcast without you. Please rate, and review wherever you download the podcast. Thanks for listening!

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