Question: You respond to a call for a 57 year old male patient who collapsed while cutting the lawn. On arrival, his neighbour who witnessed the arrest, reports that she saw him fall and when she checked on him, she realized that he was in cardiac arrest and started CPR. You confirm that the patient is VSA and quickly apply the defib pads. You deliver one shock and start CPR again but the patient begins to moan and tries to raise his arms. Your next action would be to...?
Given that this patient now has signs of life, the next action would be to stop CPR and reassess the patient and underlying rhythm as this patient may have had a return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC).