Clinical Case: Digoxin Toxicity

A 96-year-old female was admitted from a nursing home with complaints of abdominal pain, N/V, dizziness, confusion and double vision for 5 days.

Digoxin was started during a recent hospitalization for control of tachycardia in atrial fibrillation.

What is the most likely diagnosis?

Read more in Digoxin Toxicity in an Elderly Female on ClinicalCases.org.

Image source: Chemical structure of digoxin, Wikipedia, public domain.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! didnt know that Digoxin was that Toxic. :(

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