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EKG Quick Reference for Interpretation, 2nd Edition - Pocket Reference…

by Cathy Lockett (RN MHA BSN CCRN EMT)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0984525459, Ring-bound)

The EKG Quick Reference for Interpretation Pocket Reference Guide will assist practitioners in utilizing a systematic approach to interpreting EKGs. Measuring 3.75 x 6 inches, it fits handily in a pocket thus allowing immediate access. The core of the pocket guide is a 9 step systematic approach for interpreting 12 lead EKGs. An understanding of coronary artery perfusion and lead placement assists the practitioner in identifying areas of ischemic or infarcted myocardium and anticipating complications such as dysrhythmias or shock states. The pocket guide also includes tips on determining ventricular axis and recognizing bundle branch blocks and hemiblocks.

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