Mert Doğan1*, Mehmet Levent Şahiner1, Şeref Rahmi Yılmaz2, Neriman Sıla Koç2, Güldehan Haberal2

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.

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