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Upon completion of this module, participants will be able to:
- Explain how to diagnose digoxin toxicity in children and adults.
- Explain the prevalence of digoxin toxicity.
- Describe proper treatment of digoxin toxicity.
- Define the effectiveness, benefits, side effects and dosage for digoxin toxicity medications and therapeutic treatments.
- Identify digoxin toxicity risk factors.
- Recognize clinical presentations and symptoms including chronic toxicity in patients with electrolyte disturbances.
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