Rapid Interpretation of EKG's: An Interactive Course

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Cover Publishing Company, 2000 - Medical - 368 pages
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The reader's rapid assimilation of medical concepts is the key to the continuing success of this best-selling book. A caption explains the concept illustrated on each page, and a few simple sentences reinforce the concept with interactive (programmed) learning, which links to the following page. Dr Dubin's light and entertaining style, known world-wide, makes learning enjoyable. Practice twelve-lead tracings at the end establish self-confidence, and summarised reference sheets with examples (designed to be copied) provide an excellent review. Most recently updated in February 2006.
 

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User Review  - eata - LibraryThing

This is an excellent choice for beginners to read and interpret EKG's. As a beginner myself, I found this book extremely easy to understand. The author has a nice sense of humor and makes learning fun. A great pick. Read full review

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User Review  - Amanda - Goodreads

Some review before my ACLS renewal class. Read full review

Contents

Chapter Page
1
Recording the EKG
31
Autonomic Nervous System
55
Rate
65
Arrhythmias of Focal Origin
97
Blocks
173
Axis
203
Hypertrophy
243
Infarction includes Hemiblock
259
Miscellaneous
309
Cardiac Monitor Displays
329
EKG Tracings
347
Index
364
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