Hyperkalemia Paresthesias, limb numbness, muscle tremors, tetany, cramps, convulsions, cardiac disrythmias, decreased cardiac output, positive Trousseau's and Chvostek signs
Positive Trousseau’s sign. Positive Chvostek’s sign. Resp. – Resp. failure d/t muscle tetany. CV – Dec. HR., dec.
Other frequent findings in physical examinations of our patients were tetany and Chvostek-Trousseau signs, which may be associated with calcium balance disorders.