ECG Made Easy 4th Edition PDF
The imaging techniques of contemporary ‘high-tech’ cardiology have failed to eclipse the primacy of the 12-lead ECG in the initial evaluation of heart disease. This simple, cost-effective and readily available diagnostic modality continues to intrigue and baffle the clinician as much as it confuses the student. A colossal volume of literature on understanding ECG bears testimony to this fact.
This book is yet another humble attempt to bring the subject of ECG closer to the hearts of students and clinicians in a simple and concise form. As the chapters unfold, the subject gradually evolves from basics to therapeutics. Although emphasis is on ECG diagnosis, causation of abnormalities and their clinical relevance are briefly mentioned too. This should help students preparing for their examinations without having to search through voluminous textbooks.
While some arrhythmias are harmless, others are ominous and life-threatening. The clinical challenge lies in knowing the cause of an arrhythmia, its significance, differential diagnosis and practical aspects of management. Therefore, seemingly similar cardiac rhythms are discussed together under individual chapter headings. Medical students, resident doctors, nurses
and technicians will find this format particularly useful.
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