ECGs by Example
Edited by: Dean Jenkins and Stephen Gerred
Edition: 3rd, 2011
Each individual case consists of a full size ECG with a brief sentence summarising the patientís clinical presentation. Below each ECG there is a critique starting with a list of diagnostic features, then a full report of the ECG and any other clinical details that may be important. On most pages there is also a box of common causes or associations. There are also a number of relevant radiological images. You may wish to read the book as a text, use it to test yourself and others, or simply use it for reference purposes. Becoming competent at interpreting real ECGs depends on seeing as many examples as possible and discussing them with a senior colleague. You may wish to use this book as a guide to building a comprehensive ECG collection of your own.