C is the answer to this question. A patient who has hypocalcemia will have some changes on the electrocardiogram for sure. The possible changes may be a prolonged QT interval which is letter C. A prolonged ST interval is also possible. The other choices may appear in the electrocardiogram for different reasons.
There are some changes when a person is undergoing hypothermia. There are also times when people may see changes when they overexert themselves too much. Some people feel that exercising non-stop is going to make them healthier or is going to make them lose weight fast. This can take a toll on the heart.
Prolonged qt interval-rationale: electrocardiographic changes that occur in a client with hypocalcemia include a prolonged st or qt interval. a shortened st segment and a widened t wave occur with hypercalcemia. prominent u waves occur with hypokalemia.test-taking strategy: use knowledge regarding the electrocardiographic changes that occur in a calcium imbalance to answer the question. remember that hypocalcemia causes a prolonged st or qt interval. if you had difficulty with this question, review the electrocardiographic changes that occur in these conditions.