The ECG in Practice

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Churchill Livingstone, 2003 - Medical - 420 pages
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The ECG in Practice is a clinically-orientated book showing how the electrocardiogram is used to help diagnosing patients with cardiovascular disease. Each chapter begins with a brief consideration of the history and examination of the patient to assist the doctor plan how to use the ECG in the most intelligent and profitable way.

  • Features clinically-orientated coverage that includes a quick reference list of cardiovascular conditions.
  • Emphasizes the individuality of every ECG.
  • Includes examples of normal full 12-lead ECGs for reference.

  • Presents redrawn and reproduced 12-lead ECGs as full traces rather than segmentsto simulate what readers will see in clinical practice.
  • Features a new, more reader-friendly text design as well as a completely updated index.
  • Adds captions and key points to all ECG tracings.
  • Includes new chapter overview boxes.
  • Is fully cross-referenced to Hampton: The ECG Made Easy, 6th Edition and Hampton: 150 ECG Problems.

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