Lithium (Li) remains one of the cornerstone drugs in both acute and maintenance therapy for bipolar illness. In addition, Li is a drug with a narrow therapeutic range. Intoxication may develop as a result of deterioration in kidney functions in patients using Li chronically. In our case, symptomatic bradycardia developed during the follow-up of the patient who developed acute renal failure after coronary angiography. We will present a case which was evaluated as Li intoxication and the heart rate returned to normal limits after hemodialysis.
Lithium Induced Bradycardia