Question of the Week #12 A 3-month-old ex-premature infant with DiGeorge syndrome is undergoing tetralogy of Fallot repair. After the administration of packed red blood cells, the patient becomes hypotensive. Which of the following abnormalities is MOST likely to be seen on the patient’s EKG?A. Shortened PR intervalB. Peaked T wavesC. ST segment elevationD. Prolonged QT interval Time is Up! Click here to find out how to get involved!