Digoxin Toxicity

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beeingsnopie Says:

What causes overdose of this medication and the symptoms? Is it detected by blood work?

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David Says:

According to the National Institute of Health, digoxin toxicity (overdose) symptoms may be caused by a number of different influential factors, including: having high levels of digoxin in your body; a decreased tolerance to digoxin; low magnesium or potassium levels; problems that affect your kidney function (such as dehydration); and interactions with certain medications.

You can read more about each of these various risk factors in the link below:


As far as detection is concerned, blood tests are reported to be a standard protocol for determining which risk factor(s) might be causing it.

I hope this info helps!

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