- Year: 2014
- Page Number: 672
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 13.48 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Thomas S. Metkus Jr.
NEARLY 200 TRACINGS AND 150 CASES TEACH YOU THE ART AND SCIENCE OF ECG INTERPRETATION
Written to be the go-to resource for residents and students on cardiology rotation, ECG Rounds replicates the experience of having a master clinician rounding with you–skillfully linking ECG abnormalities to a particular case.
The author presents a set of tracings, which when taken together, demonstrate most of the abnormalities that a generalist physician trainee should be familiar with. Each tracing is followed by clinical questions and fully explained answers designed to reinforce important electrocardiographic concepts.
The book includes 150 tracings which are nicely categorized into three levels of difficulty (50 per level of difficulty). The simplest ECG is, indeed, simple, and should be a good starting point for the new learner. The 150th tracing is a complex one and makes for good learning for a more experienced learner or someone who has gone through the book from the beginning. Unlike other books, “ECG Rounds” devotes a full-sized page to each tracing so you don’t have to squint in order to meaningfully interpret the tracing. The only downside is that the book is large; meant to be studied at a desk and not stuffed in a white coat. The e-version of the book (while not reviewed by this author) would be ideal; providing portability and ease of reading.
This is a great practice book with tracings commonly seen in the ED and on the inpatient medicine floor. You are forced to develop good, consistent reading habits and a keen eye. I would recommend this book to anyone looking to improve ecg confidence.
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