This case involves a sixty-seven-year-old male patient with a history of HTN, diabetes mellitus type 2, and colonic polyps. The patient had no prior history of cancer and was generally in good health. He presented for a routine colonoscopy and subsequently developed severe hypotension during the procedure. The patient’s blood pressure remained very low after the procedure was aborted and began to go into respiratory failure. The patient was intubated and given three doses of epinephrine. The patient remained unstable over the next five days but expired shortly after with the cause of death being cardiac arrest.