A nurse working in the neuro-intensive care unit has a patient with a spinal cord injury at T4. The patient suddenly becomes dangerously hypertensive and bradycardic. Which of the following interventions is appropriate in this situation? 1. Call the neurosurgeon immediately, as this sounds like sudden intracranial hypertension. 2. Check to be certain that the patient’s bladder is not distended. 3. Administer Hyperstat to treat the blood pressure. 4. Administer atropine for bradycardia.
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