A Practical Guide to ECG Interpretation

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Mosby, 1998 - Medical - 492 pages
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A Practical Guide to ECG Interpretation, second edition, presents a practical, comprehensive approach to electrocardiography for both the beginning and advanced student by stressing the application of practical concepts encountered in the daily practice of most medical providers. Comprehensive, but practical, this text provides a systematic approach for the interpretation of ECGs, followed by advanced information such as electrolyte disturbances, pericarditis, and considerations for pediatric patients.

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Good one and very informative. Very useful tool for people in the field of emergency pre-hospital and in hospital care.

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an Overview of the Descriptive Analysis Chapter 2 There follows comprehensive discussion
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The Systematic Approach
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Misplacement Chapter 16 When the Patient is a Child Chapter 17 If the Patient has
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About the author (1998)

Ken Grauer has written more than 10 books, as well as study guides and articles, on electrocardiogram interpretation, arrhythmia, and advanced cardiac life support. He has also served on the editorial board of several medical journals, including Family Practice Re-certification and Procedural Skills Bulletin. Grauer has worked as a professor in the department of community health and family medicine at the University of Florida in Gainesville, and has been honored three times as the Teacher of the Year at the Family Practice Residency Program there. In 1993 he was recognized as Educator of the Year by the Florida Academy of Family Physicians.

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