Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine

Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine

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Offers a guide for a complete understanding of the disease and conditions most frequently revealed in ECGs recorded in the acute, critical, and emergency care settings



Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine offers an authoritative guide to ECG interpretation that contains a focus and perspective from each of the three primary areas of medical care: acute care, critical care and emergency care. It can be used as a companion with the book ECGs for the Emergency Physician I & II (by Mattu and Brady) or as a stand-alone text. These three books can be described as a cumulative EGG reference for the medical provider who uses the electrocardiogram on a regular basis.



Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine includes sections on all primary areas of ECG interpretation and application as well as sections that highlight use, devices and strategies. The medical content covers acute coronary syndromes and all related issues, other diseases of the myocardium, morphologic syndromes, toxicology and paediatrics; dysrhythmias will also be covered in detail. This important resource:



- Goes beyond pattern recognition in ECGs to offer a real understanding of the clinical syndromes evidenced in ECGs and implications for treatment



- Covers the indications, advantages and pitfalls of the use of ECGs for diagnosis in all acute care settings, from EMS to ED to Critical Care



- Examines the ECG in toxic, metabolic and environmental presentations; critical information for acute care clinicians who need to be able to differentiate ODs, poisoning and other environmental causes from MI or other cardiac events



- Facilitates clinical decision-making



Written for practicing ER, general medicine, family practice, hospitalist and ICU physicians and medical students, Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine is an important book for the accurate interpretation of EGG results.
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  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 666g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1118754514
  • 9781118754511

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Offers a guide for a complete understanding of the disease and conditions most frequently revealed in ECGs recorded in the acute, critical, and emergency care settings

Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine offers an authoritative guide to ECG interpretation that contains a focus and perspective from each of the three primary areas of medical care: acute care, critical care and emergency care. It can be used as a companion with the book ECGs for the Emergency Physician I & II (by Mattu and Brady) or as a stand-alone text. These three books can be described as a cumulative EGG reference for the medical provider who uses the electrocardiogram on a regular basis.

Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine includes sections on all primary areas of ECG interpretation and application as well as sections that highlight use, devices and strategies. The medical content covers acute coronary syndromes and all related issues. Other diseases of the myocardium, morphologic syndromes, toxicology and paediatrics and dysrhythmias will also be covered in detail. This important resource: goes beyond pattern recognition in ECGs to offer a real understanding of the clinical syndromes evidenced in ECGs and implications for treatment covers the indications, advantages and pitfalls of the use of ECGs for diagnosis in all acute care settings, from EMS to ED to Critical Care examines the ECG in toxic, metabolic and environmental presentations; critical information for acute care clinicians who need to be able to differentiate ODs, poisoning and other environmental causes from MI or other cardiac events facilitates clinical decision-making

Written for practicing ER, general medicine, family practice, hospitalist and ICU physicians and medical students, Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine is an important book for the accurate interpretation of EGG results.
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About William J. Brady

William J. Brady, MD, is Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA.

Michael J. Lipinski, MD, PhD, is Cardiovascular Associates of Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA, USA.

Andrew E. Darby, MD, FHRS, is Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA, USA.

Michael C. Bond, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Nathan P. Charlton, MD, is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Division of Medical Toxicology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA.

Korin Hudson, MD, is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, USA.

Kelly Williamson, MD, is Assistant Residency Program Director, Advocate Christ Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency; and is Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA.
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