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A 50-year-old woman presents to the Emergency Department following a syncopal episode. On physical exam she is diaphoretic. She is alert and oriented. Her blood pressure is 95/50 mm Hg and respirations are 12 per minute. Her rhythm strip is shown above. What is the most appropriate pharmacologic treatment for this patient’s condition?
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