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ECG Complete offers an uncomplicated but comprehensive account of all aspects of the ECG suitable for both the absolute beginner, as well as the more experienced reader requiring a definitive reference source. Using an informal style the book places the subject in context and includes a comprehensive guide to the practical aspects of ECG recording. ECG interpretation is dealt with in a straightforward way designed for easy reference, and covers all of the cardiac rhythms and abnormalities likely to be encountered in practice.Table of Contents
- A comprehensive account of the ECG set in a broad context with emphasis on the scientific principles and practical aspects of the technology.
- Describes how to actually perform an ECG so that perfect results are achieved every time.
- Includes an alphabetical abnormalities listing guiding the reader to the correct diagnosis.
- Clinical scenarios place the ECG in a real-life context.
Commended Title - BMA Awards 2007 - "This book is extremely well written and provides a good historic background to ECG practice. This book stands out amongst the competition by its superb writing style and clarity of explanations of how to interpret an ECG. I would thoroughly recommend this book to my medical students as an alternative to the classic texts that are usually referred to."
ECG Complete was the perfect learning tool. It guides you comprehensively from theory to practice, both to perform an ECG and to analyse the result...a useful text for anyone working with ECGs.
Medical Student, Bristol University
By Steve Bowbrick, BSc, Chief Cardiac Physiologist, Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough, Kent, UK; and Alex Borg, MD MRCP, Cardiology Research Registrar, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, UK