ECG Complete

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2006 - Medical - 160 pages
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ECG Complete offers an uncomplicated but comprehensive account of all aspects of the ECG suitable for both the absolute beginner, as well as the more experienced reader requiring a definitive reference source. Using an informal style the book places the subject in context and includes a comprehensive guide to the practical aspects of ECG recording. ECG interpretation is dealt with in a straightforward way designed for easy reference, and covers all of the cardiac rhythms and abnormalities likely to be encountered in practice.

  • A comprehensive account of the ECG set in a broad context with emphasis on the scientific principles and practical aspects of the technology.
  • Describes how to actually perform an ECG so that perfect results are achieved every time.
  • Includes an alphabetical abnormalities listing guiding the reader to the correct diagnosis.
  • Clinical scenarios place the ECG in a real-life context.

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Chapter 2 The ECG in practice
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