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Differential Diagnosis

The differential diagnosis of the bradycardic hypotensive patient is short. Included in the list are acute coronary syndromes (usually inferior myocardial infarctions with various blocks), hyperkalemia, endocrine disorders (specifically hypothyroid), hypothermia, and poisoning. Within the realm of toxicology, clonidine and cholinergic toxicity should also be considered. 

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