Normal Male with Abnormal ECG

A young male aged 39 years Chief Complaints Generalised Weakness Pain in calf muscles since 2 days Vitals BP- 98/60 mmHg PR- 32/min (irregular) Investigations K+ - 6.6

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Bradycardia Irregular rhythm PVC Peaked tented T wave in most of the leads, Absent or flattening of p wave in some leads av dissociation All these changes indicating towards hyperkalemia, investigation Needs sr electrolyts, Correction of electrolyts, calciam gluconate 10% 5to 10 ml, slow iv And medicines which is responsible for electrolyts disbalance please stop immediately.

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Ecg reveals tall tented t waves with premature atreal beats s/o hyperkalemia. Pl investigate for cause of it.blood sugars RFT..at present push iv calcium gluconate

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Tracing is irregularly irregular bradycardia Vpcs Acute repolarisation of st Is consistent with hyperkalamia Correct Na/k imbalance

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Sinoatrial blockage is likely issue. High Potassium must be the reason. Treat cause and initially go for PPI...

Temporaty Pacemaker... not PPI...
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Hyperkalemia with Hypocalcemia

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Bigeminy pattern in this ECG

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Hyperkalemia missed beats

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CHB mobitz type 2

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