ECG in Ten Days: Second Edition (Paperback)David Ferry (author)
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Learn to effectively interpret virtually every ECG you're likely to encounter in clinical practice - in ten brief lessons
The only review book to offer full-sized ECGs throughout (simulating how they appear on tests and in actual practice), this sourcebook is the most sought-after ECG review anywhere, trusted by cardiology fellows, internal medicine residents, and medical students alike. ECG in Ten Days is based on the author's popular ten-day review course, and features a unique step-by-step approach, crystal-clear vector images, plus practice EDB strips to build confidence and fine-tune clinical skills.In these pages, you'll find essential information on everything from SA & AV nodal conduction abnormalities, to mechanisms of arrhythmias and electronic pacemakers. Also included is an answer sheet similar to the one encountered on board exams.
NEW to the Second EditionInclusion of the latest American College of Cardiology (ACC) guidelines Selection of random ECGs after Day 10 for additional reviewA brand-new glossary with key terms, which are also bolded within the textShort appendix that includes formal criteria for various ECG diagnosesConsolidated chapters 2 and 3 for a more cohesive look at super ventricular arrhythmias Reorganized chapters that streamline the content on Day 6, and help ensure a more efficient, manageable review of the material
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 1462 g
Dimensions: 277 x 216 x 23 mm
Edition: 2nd edition
2007 BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEDICAL BOOK AWARDS CARDIOLOGY CATEGORY
Commended - ECG in 10 Days 2e, Ferry`An excellent, comprehensive coursebook for basic ECG interpretation. It does exactly what is says on the tin (cover): "learn how to interpret ECGs in the shortest possible time".'
BMA REVIEWER QUOTE 2007