Digoxin toxicity

Weekly Workout February 26, 2024
2024 EM Boards ECG Review Part II

A 55-year-old man with a known left bundle branch block presents to ABEM general hospital with acute chest pain. Vital signs are normal and his pain is slightly improved with…

Weekly Workout February 20, 2023
Must know ECGs you will see on board exams and have to recognize in real life

A 34-year-old man is brought to the emergency department with delirium and agitation. The following ECG is obtained:

Weekly Workout June 5, 2022
Potpourri of cases: using Sgarbossa criteria to diagnose acute occlusion myocardial infarction in LBBB and RV pacers, bizzare bradycardias, and so much more!

A 70-year-old male with PMHx of HTN, HFrEF, and atrial fibrillation presents to the ED with nausea and lightheadedness. He is noted to be bradycardic on arrival. The following ECG…

Weekly Workout October 19, 2020
STAT ECG Diagnoses: ECG findings of digoxin effect vs. digoxin toxicity

A 57-year-old male with PMHx of DM, heart failure (on digoxin) and leukemia presents with lightheadedness and near-syncope. The following ECG is obtained:

Weekly Workout May 8, 2016
2016 ECG Competition Answers (Part 1/2)

This week we review the answers to the first 6 cases from the 4th annual UMEM Residency ECG Competition. Make sure to attempt to answer the questions before you watch the video!  Video…

Weekly Workout January 4, 2016
What is the cause of these slurred and downsloping ST segments?

A 56-year-old man with PMHx of atrial fibrillation presents to the ED with generalized weakness and near-syncope. He is found to be hypotensive and bradycardic. The following ECG is obtained:

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