In emergency cases, the patient’s condition often has respiratory and cardiovascular disorders. Therefore, the determination of these disorders is very important, contributing to the treatment of resuscitation for patients.
One of the important bases is that doctors read the results of the patient’s electrocardiogram as a basis for assessing heart activity as well as changes in heart structure and function.
Cinical cases in electrocardiography emphasizes focusing squarely on situations where interpretation of the ECG contributes to clinical decision-making.
This book presents many examples of ECGs, errors that can be encountered when reading the diagnosis so that readers can learn from themselves.
In this book, electrocardiographic images are clearly colored, making it easier for viewers to observe and self-study.
This book was presented by Steven R. Lowenstein.