Rhabdomyolysis secondary to methamphetamine use

Today we discussed the case of a young man with HIV and history of methamphetamine use disorder who presented with acute altered mental status, found to be febrile, tachypnic, tachycardic. Laboratory evaluation showed an elevated CK and he was diagnosed with and treated for Rhabdomyolysis.

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