BRASH syndrome, the vicious cycle: A case report
First described in 2016, BRASH syndrome is an underreported clinical entity characterized by bradycardia, renal dysfunction, atrioventricular nodal blockade (AVNB), shock, and hyperkalemia. The recognition of BRASH syndrome as a clinical entity is crucial for early and effective management. Patients with BRASH syndrome present with symptomatic bradycardia that is resistant to treatment with standard agents such as atropine. In this report, we present the case of a 67-year-old male patient who presented with symptomatic bradycardia with an ultimate diagnosis of BRASH syndrome. We also shed light on predisposing factors and challenges encountered during the management of affected patients.
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