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Clinical Disorders

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[[Image:med_digitalis.png|thumb|300px|Typical for digoxin intoxication is the oddly shaped ST-depression]]
ECG changes typical for digoxin intoxication (digoxin = Lanoxin) are:
*oddly Oddly shaped ST-depression. *T-wave flat, negative or biphasic
*Short QT interval
*Increased u-wave amplitude
* '''antiAnti-arrhythmics:''' These may lead to several ECG-changes;**broad Broad and irregular P-wave**broad Broad QRS complex**prolonged Prolonged QT interval (brady-, tachycardia, AV-block, ventricular tachycardia)**prominent Prominent U-wave
**In case of intoxication, the above mentioned characteristics are more prominent


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