The ePub version of "A 1st Book on ECGs-2014" has just come out! This ePub version takes the 116-page hard copy book version to another level. Not limited by space constraints - we have DOUBLED the content of the hard copy book. As for the book version - I assume NO prior knowledge in ECG interpretation. It is fine if you have never seen an ECG before - since I start at the very beginning. On reading this ePub, you will quickly appreciate: i) What an ECG is; ii) How medical providers use 12-lead ECGs and rhythm strips clinically for patient care; and iii) How YOU can begin to interpret ECGs on your own. Our goal is to provide KEY information fast. Near-instant access is at your fingertips with this electronic ePub version. All key sections in this ePub are numbered for instant localization using either the linked Rapid-Find CONTENTS in the front or convenient Search functions. There is a LOT of material in this electronic ePub version! We sequentially walk-you-through the basics of systematic ECG interpretation. All figures are in full color. They easily stretch to whatever size you prefer for easy reading. An expanded GLOSSARY of ECG-related terms is at the front of the ePub to facilitate understanding of terminology. A detailed ECG Crib Sheet is also in the front of the ePub as an illustrated check-list reminder of all key ECG criteria. Additional "extras" added to this ePub include more detailed interpretations of Practice Tracings and an ADDENDUM Section on Bundle Branch Block and WPW - which serves as a transition from beginning-to-intermediate ECG interpretation level. BOTTOM LINE: The book version of "A 1st Book on ECGs-2014" is our "quick answer" that can be read by anyone (medically oriented or not) within a couple of hours. This expanded ePub version accomplishes these same goals PLUS taking the beginner several steps further with a more comprehensive look at ECG interpretation.
|Title||:||A 1st Book on ECGs-2014|
|Format Type||:||eBook PDF / e-Pub|
|Category||:||Medical, Books, Professional & Technical|