Electrocardiographic Changes After Suicidal Digoxin Intoxication in a Healthy Woman
Natalia Lorenzo Muñoz, Amparo Benedicto Buendía, Fernando Alfonso Manterola*
Department of Cardiology, Hospital Universitario de La Princesa, Madrid, Spain
Suicidal digoxin intoxication is a rare clinical entity. Clinical suspicious remains of paramount importance as adequate interpretation of the electrocardiographic changes enable to readily initiate treatment.
We describe a case of suicidal attempt after massive digoxin intake that was satisfactory managed with conservative management strategy that involved a close clinical surveillance of the evolving electrocardiographic changes and digoxin serum levels.
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