ECG Workout: Exercises in Arrhythmia Interpretation (7th Edition)

Download ECG Workout: Exercises in Arrhythmia Interpretation (7th Edition) written by Jane Huff in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1469899817/9781469899817. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Jane Huff


Wolters Kluwer Health; 7th edition




392 pages









Book Description

Grasp the electrocardiography basics and identify arrhythmias accurately; with the freshly updated ECG Workout: Exercises in Arrhythmia Interpretation 7th Edition (PDF) ebook.

Fully addressing the most common arrhythmias; this clearly worded textbook will take you step-by-step through expert ECG tracing interpretation methods; including differentiating among equipment use; rhythm groups; and management protocols. This is the go-to ECG guide for both student training and professional review—perfect for paramedics; nurses; physicians; medical and nursing students; telemetry technicians; emergency medical technicians; and related practitioners.

Get a strong grounding in accurate ECG readings with:

NEW and updated figures; tables; boxes; and additional practice strips

NEW pull-out arrhythmia summary cards help you interpret end-of-chapter practice strips

NEW and updated advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) guidelines incorporated in each arrhythmia chapter

Updated coverage of all ECG concepts and skills; including:

  • Methods for precise rate calculation
  • Illustrated anatomy and physiology of the heart
  • Step-by-step direction on interpreting rhythm strips
  • A mix of arrhythmias to help you distinguish among types
  • Skillbuilder practice strips—more than 600 life-size ECG tracings
  • Posttest with mix of more than 100 waveform rhythm strips; for student testing or self-evaluation
  • ECG conversion table ensures precise heart rate calculation with plastic pocket version inside back cover
  • Components of the ECG tracing: intervals; complexes; segments; waveforms; and waveform identification
  • Discussion of cardiac monitors; ECG artifacts; lead placement; lead systems; and troubleshooting monitor problems
  • End-of-chapter strips from actual patients; with 3-second indicators for rapid-rate calculation; and answers at back of book
  • Discussion of cardiac pacemakers: types; indications; function; pacemaker terminology; malfunctions; and pacemaker analysis; with practice tracings
  • Arrhythmia chapters: atrial; sinus; junctional and AV blocks; ventricular and bundle-branch block rhythms—causes; examples; clinical treatments; and practice strips

Note: Only contains a high quality scanned PDF of the book. No online access codes included


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