Tag digoxin toxicity
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ECG Case 109

84 year old male presents complaining of general lethargy, nausea, several episodes of diarrhea, and dizziness. Describe and interpret this ECG.
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ECG Case 086

70 yr old male who presented with general lethargy and postural dizziness. He has a collapse the evening prior and recently had a diarrhoeal illness. His medications include warfarin, metoprolol, frusemide, allopurinol, colchicine and digoxin. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG
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Digoxin poisoning

Acute digoxin poisoning manifests with vomiting, hyperkalaemia and brady-tachyarrhythmias potentially leading to death, whereas chronic digoxin toxicity is far more insidious, still with gastrointestinal symptoms but in addition bradycardia and automaticity on the ECG.
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Troubling Tachycardia

An ECG case of Bidirectional ventricular tachycardia focusing on two main causes: digoxin toxicity & catecholaminergic polymorphic VT - CPVT
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Digoxin toxicity: Management

Dr Betty Chan, emergency physician and clinical toxicologist, discusses the DORA trial and digoxin toxicity - 1 or 2 amps of immune fab only, no maths required - and explains why less is more.
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Calcium, Digoxin Toxicity and ‘Stone Heart’ Theory

Administration of intravenous calcium has traditionally been considered a contra-indication for the treatment of hyperkalemia in the presence of digoxin toxicity. This is based on the ‘Stone Heart’ Theory: calcium may lead to an irreversible non-contractile state, due to impaired diastolic relaxation from calcium-troponin C binding
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Digibind Antidote

Digibind: trade name for digoxin antidote containing Digoxin-specific antibody Fab fragments; prudent to administer based on a considered risk assessment and before the life-threatening manifestations of digoxin toxicity develop
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Digoxin Toxicity

Digoxin toxicity is characterised by gastrointestinal distress, hyperkalemia and life-threatening dysryhthmias, including increased automaticity and AV nodal blockade
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ECG Case 054

Elderly patient presenting with nausea and visual disturbance. Interpret the ECG. regularised AF, digoxin toxicity
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Digoxin Toxicity

Digoxin toxicity ECG changes with dysrhythmias. Review of EKG features of digoxin toxicity and cardiotoxicity with example EKG
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Digoxin Effect

EKG examples of digoxin effect cardiotoxicity. Downsloping ST depression with a characteristic "Salvador Dali sagging" appearance.