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Hone Your ECG-Interpreting Skills with the Clinical ECG Qbank
Do you wish you could read ECGs like a cardiologist? Do you want to know more than just millimeter cutoffs when it comes to the ECG in acute coronary occlusion? While you may have relied on flashcards and textbooks in the past, now there’s an online resource that will change the way you learn to read more…
How I Learned to Read ECGs Better than a Cardiologist
ECGs…EKGs…whatever you call them, I left medical school with a poor understanding of them. I could determine the rate, rhythm, and axis, and maybe a “tombstone” STEMI, but that was about it. During the first week of residency at NYU/Bellevue, I became even more insecure when one of my co-residents, Stephen Hoge, had an expert-like read more…
How an Internist Learned to Read ECGs Better Than a Cardiologist
At my medical school, everyone recommended taking the Clinical Electrocardiography elective in the fourth year. A kind man who had been interpreting ECGs for over 25 years taught the elective. We all had to read Rapid Interpretation of EKGs by Dale Dubin, and each day we spent hours going through real ECGs and trying to read more…