The new STAT!Ref resource ECG Pocket Brain from KG/EKG Press is ideal for use on the ward, in the office or Emergency Department. This resource is also an ideal study aid for ECG workshops, classes, or more intense courses.
This 6th edition has been greatly enhanced and more than doubled the content of ECG 2011 Pocket Brain. ECG Pocket Brain 2014 now contains 260 pages, 200 illustrations, and enhanced sections including Bundle Branch Block/Hemiblocks, Chamber Enlargement, Acute MI/Ischemia. Written in the same user-friendly style that is Dr. Grauer's trademark, this 6th Edition takes ECG education to a new level.
Aimed for beginning, novice and experienced interpreters, Librarians will want to bundle this resource with other cardiology and primary care resources as seen on the STAT!Ref Resources by Discipline list.
NEW topics include:
- ECG signs of Pulmonary Embolus
- Clinical Use of Lead aVR
- ECG identification of the Culprit Vessel with Acute STEMI
- RV MI
- Posterior MI
- Wellens Syndrome
- DeWinter T waves
- Giant T Waves
- Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy
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