TEXTBOOK OF CLINICAL ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY FOR POSTGRADUATES, RESIDENTS AND PRACTICING PHYSICIANS -Chugh
- ISBN 9789350250402
- Edition 3/e
- Publish Year 2012
- Pages 602
- Size 8.5"x11"
- Cover Type Paper Back
- With CD/DVD No
DOODY'S BOOK REVIEW
REVIEWER'S EXPERT OPINION
Amit Keswani, MD (Ochsner Clinic Foundation)
This book reviews how to interpret electrocardiograms.
eeking to improve their fundamental interpretation and understanding of ECGs.
This book will be of interest to medical students, physician assistants, nurses, physicians in training, cardiology fellows, and practicing physicians involved in ECG interpretation.
After an introduction to the fundamentals of electrocardiography, the chapters are divided into sections covering physiology, chamber evaluation, conduction defects, stress electrocardiography, ambulatory electrocardiography, and commonly encountered cardiac rhythms, as well as other clinical disorders. Each section also suggests further reading with references.
This is a thorough and detailed review of the interpretation of electrocardiograms that will benefit all healthcare professionals