Introduction to 12-Lead ECG: The Art of Interpretation
This text is a comprehensive guide for beginners with minimal experience interpreting ECGs. The chapters provide a basic understanding of the components of an ECG as well as introduce the important topics of acute myocardial infarction, hypertrophy, and bundle branch blocks. Real-life, full-size, four-color ECGs with basic interpretations are included to help students put it all together. Additional resources are available at www.12LeadECG.com.
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12-lead ECG abnormal anteroseptal AMI arrhythmia artery atrial enlargement atrial flutter atrial pacemaker AV node aVR aVL aVF baseline bundle branch block calipers cause cell chapter clinical criteria depolarization diagnosis Dropped beats ECG shows electrical axis electrical conduction system electrocardiographic electrodes endocardium example heart block hemiblock hexaxial system high lateral hyperkalemia inferior leads interpretation ischemia isoelectric IWMI LBBB lead V1 left ventricle limb leads look LVH with strain Mobitz morphology myocardial myocardial infarction myocardium myocytes negative node normal sinus rhythm occur P-P interval P:QRS ratio pathological patient pericarditis positive PR depression PR interval PR segment precordial leads Q wave QRS complex QRS width QT interval RBBB reciprocal changes Remember represents right ventricle SA node seconds Self-Test ECG Septal septum slurred S waves ST depression ST elevation ST segment strain pattern tachycardia True or False vector wave in lead