"Stable" means he does not have chest pain or shortness of breath or hypotension or altered mental status or any signs of shock.

A stable bradycardic patient should be monitored.

Hook up a 3 lead EKG and monitor

Pulse oximeter

Connect a NIBP

Listen to the heart and lungs

Check his medications

Consider a Cardiology consult.

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