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Abnormal cardiac conduction in a septic patient: incidental finding or cause for concern?


A 64-year-old male presents to the emergency department in acute respiratory distress. He gives a limited history of progressive shortness of breath of one week’s duration and several episodes of sudden unexplained syncope. There was no history of chest pain, palpitations or localising symptoms of infection. He takes no regular medications.

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