Luis Ortiz-Muñoz

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Conventional therapy for intoxication with calcium channel blockers consists of crystalloid solutions, calcium gluconate, glucagon and vasopressor agents. These therapies often fail to improve hemodynamic function in intoxicated patients. The pathophysologic mechanism proposed for intoxication with these agents, suggest hypoinsulinemia as the determinant(More)
Case report and review of literature of a 33-year-old-male patient who was suffering from recurrent events of loss of consciousness (syncope) found to have multiple events of sustained and non sustained left bundle-branch morphology ventricular tachycardia during Holter evaluation. Both, the echocardiographic and magnetic resonance studies demonstrated(More)
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