Cardiac Arrest Drugs Given via Endotracheal Tube

Although administering cardiac arrest drugs intravenously or interosseously is preferred, the following drugs can be administered via the endotracheal (ET) tube

vasopressin, epinephrine, naltraxone, atropine, lidocaine

It is VENAL (i.e., horrible/despicable) to run a code without IV or IO access.

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