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  • Author(s) Amal Mattu / William J. Brady
  • Edition1
  • Published11th September 2003
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780727916549
With over 200 traces to test your knowledge, this book is a first
class learning tool for emergency physicians. Basic student-level
knowledge of ECGs is assumed, so the reader can move directly to
learning about the more complex traces that occur in the emergency
department. The level of difficulty is stratified into two sections
for specialists in training and specialist emergency physicians.

A minimum amount of information is given beneath each trace, as
if in the real situation. The full clinical description is printed
in a separate section to avoid the temptation of
?looking?.


Accompanied by learning points, and with the cases presented
randomly, this book provides a rich source of information on the
interpretation of ECGs ? a core skill for all emergency
department staff.

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  • Author(s) Amal Mattu / William J. Brady
  • Edition1
  • Published11th September 2003
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780727916549
With over 200 traces to test your knowledge, this book is a first
class learning tool for emergency physicians. Basic student-level
knowledge of ECGs is assumed, so the reader can move directly to
learning about the more complex traces that occur in the emergency
department. The level of difficulty is stratified into two sections
for specialists in training and specialist emergency physicians.

A minimum amount of information is given beneath each trace, as
if in the real situation. The full clinical description is printed
in a separate section to avoid the temptation of
?looking?.


Accompanied by learning points, and with the cases presented
randomly, this book provides a rich source of information on the
interpretation of ECGs ? a core skill for all emergency
department staff.

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