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- Muscle flaccidity
- Negative Trousseau’s sign
- Positive Chvostek’s sign
- Skeletal fractures
Signs of low calcium include tetany and muscular irritability, positive Trousseau’s sign, positive Chvostek’s sign, longer clotting times and skeletal fractures. VTach and EKG changes can also happen.
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