Clinical Electrocardiography: A Simplified Approach

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Mosby Year Book, 1994 - Medical - 341 pages
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This book answers the essential questions of what the ECG shows, discusses possible causes of the pattern, and tells what, if anything, should be done about it. The guide covers the basic principles of electrocardiography, major abnormalities of the heart rhythm and conduction, and furnishes practice questions and problems.

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Introductory Principles
Basic ECG Waves
ECG Leads

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