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by James H. O'Keefe

Complete Guide to ECG's download ebook
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1890114693
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978-1890114695
Author:
James H. O'Keefe
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Physicians Pr; 3 edition (January 15, 2009)
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The Study Guide of Choice for Cardiology Programs Around the Nation! The Complete Guide to ECGs has been developed as a unique and practical means for physicians, ng, and other medical professionals to improve their ECG interpretation skills. O'Keefe, J. Stephen C. Hammill. Also includes sections on approach to ECG interpretation, differential diagnosis of ECG abnormalities, and ACLS algorithms.

Reviews:
  • Tar
This book was recommended to me by a cardiologist to get better at ECG interpretation. There's lots of material, but as one commenter noted, don't use this book to learn ECG's---you should already know them---use this book to master them. There are 89 detailed practice ECG's along with pop quizzes and other review aids. This is the only book that I'm aware of that discusses using ECG's to interpret atrial septal defects, myxedema, sinoatrial blocks.
  • FLIDER
While the content of this book is good, the book came with improper binding resulting in the pages falling out from the day I got it. I struggled with it a bit and now simply don't even use it because it's such a hassle. Very dissatisfied with the production quality. Photos attached
  • Tekasa
This book should be made mandatory for all medical school cardiology courses. It provides a step-wise progressive, repetitive method to first review or learn basic to more advanced EKG readings and then reinforce and build upon the basic information.

I've used this book for over ten years. I've suggested this book to many a recently graduated Resident in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine doc. I studied for the Boards with this book and it has NEVER failed.

After the first 100 or so EKGs (if you take the time to read the explanation) you can feel confident that your readings are solid. Keep the book by your desk to refer to it frequently.

I can't say enough about this book. Bravo to the authors!
  • Ghile
This book is a great learning tool if you're interested in EKGs. It gives some basics at the beginning and the rest of the book is interpreting EKGs in quiz format with several other quizzes of core concepts between EKGs. Very well done and effective as a teaching tool, but it is more for somebody wanting to refine their 12-L interpretation skills and not for a beginner. This was a good purchase and is one of my favourite medical books. I would highly recommend it.
  • Gogal
This book is a great in depth review of interpreting EKGs. Other books like Dubin's are great introductions to EKGs that are suitable for med students, nurses, or other personnel but O'Keefe's is for those who want to master EKGs. This is the text if you want to go beyond cursory knowledge of EKGs. Unlike other medical texts that I have, this will be on my self until I retire...I may even take it to the grave.
  • Fordrelis
excellent accumulation of ecgs and descriptive as well. great for cardio boards and must do for any cardio fellow. some explainations on coding may be different than acc / board standard but still worth it to go through at least once during residency / fellowship as it gives excellent overview of the topic. straight to the point vignettes.
  • Akir
This is a great book to review ECG's but the quality of the images on kindle are not good at all which is very disappointing.
not an intro book great for fellows and advanced practitioners