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Question: Which of the following is the best indication for volume expansion after resuscitative efforts that included intubation, chest compressions, and IV epinephrine?

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  1.  The babies heart rate rapidly increased to 120 bpm with epinephrine, but her pulses seem weak
  2.  The babies heart rate remains 50 bpm after resuscitative efforts and pulses are weak
  3.  The babies heart rate is 120 bpm beats per minute after resuscitative efforts and there is a history of extensive vaginal bleeding during labor
  4.  The baby’s heart rate is 120 bpm after resuscitative efforts, but she is very pale

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2. The babies heart rate remains 50 bpm after resuscitative efforts and pulses are weak.

The best indication for volume expansion after resuscitative efforts that included intubation, chest compressions, and IV epinephrine is the babies heart rate remains 50 bpm after resuscitative efforts and pulses are weak.

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