What nobody ever tells you about the ECG is that it doesn’t have to be hard to become an expert. ECG Mastery: The Simplest Way to Learn the ECG, based on an award-winning training method, gives you a clear and simple roadmap for approaching any ECG. This book leaves out the jargon and sticks to the information that’s really important. Every chapter includes interesting cases, colorful illustrations, and hands-on exercises that make learning the ECG effective and fun. After working through the steps in this book, you’ll be able to follow a case discussion with your colleagues, recognize many common and dangerous diseases, choose appropriate medical procedures, and start using the ECG in your daily clinical practice.
In this book you’ll learn:
As a bonus, ECG Mastery comes with valuable resources you can print out and to use as study aids or take with you as references on your rounds. It also comes with a free e-book version of our advanced ECG book, which teaches how to assess heart rhythms.
ECG Mastery: The Simplest Way to Learn the ECG was developed by a team of seasoned cardiologists, expert teachers, and learning designers who want to make learning the ECG as easy, and effective, as possible.
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Peter Kühn, MD, is an internist with a specialization in cardiology. The former head of the cardiology department of the hospital Barmherzige Schwestern in Linz, Austria, he has written several ECG books and has decades of teaching experience.
Clemens Lang is a medical student at the Medical University of Vienna. He loves to teach and is fond of new technologies with a special interest in online teaching platforms and internal medicine.
Franz Wiesbauer, MD MPH, is an internist with a specialization in cardiology. His passion is to make medical skills training readily accessible to medical professionals and students around the world. He is the founder of the online training website Medmastery.com.Review:
"The authors have put together a very practical and useful approach for learning how to accurately interpret ECGs" - Eric Topol, MD (Chief Academic Officer Scripps Health, Editor in Chief of Medscape and theheart.org, former Chairman of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic)
"This will be a very useful book for medical students, residents, fellows, and physicians who don't read ECGs on a daily basis. It relies heavily on the case method, and I find it an excellent primer for reading ECGs." - Antonio Gotto, Jr., MD (Former president of the American Heart Association, President of the International Arterosclerosis Society, dean of Weill Medical College of Cornell University)
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