BRASH syndrome refers to a vicious spiral wherein hyperkalemia and AV nodal blockers synergize to cause progressive renal failure, bradycardia, shock, and hyperkalemia. The treatment is largely a combination of standard therapies for hyperkalemia and bradycardia. Recognizing this syndrome as a specific entity may help us more fully understand our patients' physiology, facilitating a more comprehensive approach to their management.
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