Hypokalemia- An ambulance EKG noted abnormal repolarisation with EKG presenting in a sinus rhythm with T wave inversion in leads II & III and a VF with T waves V4 V5 V6 with T wave depression in leadsV4 V5 V6. ER would not look at report. Did not agree that it was cardiac related(asked how I knew..”They gave aspirin in ambulance”. They discharged m immediately and sarcastically. I have been in ER twice with hypokalemia (level 2.8). Is this normal with Hypokalemia? Only other health condition epilepsy.