Digoxin effect

Digoxin effectCreated OnApril 20, 2020Last Updated OnOctober 28, 2020byadmin You are here: Main ECG Digoxin effect < All Topics Table of Contents A differentials of short QTc Interval Digoxin Can cause dysrhythmias, due to increased automaticity and decreased AV conduction “Digoxin effect” Down sloping ST-segment depression with a characteristic sagging appearance (a.k.a Salvador Dali moustache appearance) Note the presence of digoxin effect on the ECG is not a marker of digoxin toxicity, but merely indicates that the patient is taking digoxin ECG features: Down sloping ST depression with a characteristic “Salvador Dali sagging” appearance Flattened, inverted, or biphasic T waves Shortened QT interval *We do not own this ECG, it’s for knowledge sharing purpose

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