2000 年 64 巻 11 号 p. 893-896
Cardiogenic shock developed in a 72-year-old Japanese woman during combination therapy with verapamil and atenolol for recurrent supraventricular arrhythmia. She had coronary atherosclerosis, liver cirrhosis and brady-cardia-tachycardia syndrome. Despite of the high-dose catecholamines and counterpulsation, she progressively deteriorated. Bolus administration of intravenous calcium chloride(CaCl2) immediately resolved her hemodynamic collapse.