Here in V2 tall t waves and absence of p wave is seen then why it is not hyperkalemia?

Here in V2 tall t waves and absence of p wave is seen then why it is not hyperkalemia?

It seems more of hypocalcemia…paraesthesia more common in hypocalcemia & hypocalcemia can cause dyspnoea by laryngospasm…Ecg qt prolongation

See the history of the patient…he has weakness and paraesthesia which is in favour of hypokalemia

Its not tall t wave. It’s likely St depression with U waves.

those tall t waves are actually u waves?