Your pediatric patient is suffering from a severe case of organophosphate poisoning. Medical control

Your pediatric patient is suffering from a severe case of
organophosphate poisoning. Medical control instructs you to give the patient
atropine. While you are en route to the emergency department, medical control
instructs you to administer pralidoxime. How would you administer the
pralidoxime?

 a. 1–2 g by IV infusion over 30–60 min

b. 20–40 mg/kg by IV infusion over 30–60 min

 c. 1 mg by IV bolus. Repeat every 2–3 min as needed

d. 20–40 g/kg by IV infusion over 30–60 min