easy ECG training
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+ By MEDICUS SHUPPAN,Publishers Co.,Ltd.
Now you can have an ECG manual wherever you are. Hundreds of pages, accurately reviewed by medical supervisors. Tremendous value. View animated images with "easy ECG training support."
More than 60,000 medical practitioners have mastered ECG reading through simulation training. By repeated study of 182 total waveform reading questions and linked glossary explanations you can easily master the entire ECG collection.
Displayed waveforms are just like actual ones. This application teaches you how to focus on critical waveform points and features and hone your skills for accurate ECG reading.
Editorial Supervisor/Writer and Editor/Translation Supervisor: Makoto Akaishi (Clinical Professor of Cardiology Deputy Director, Kitasato University, Kitasato Institute Hospital)
Editorial Assistance/Question Master: Yasuo Kurita (Associate Professor, International University of Health and Welfare, Mita Hospital Heart Center)
-Tips on reading ECG monitor
-Fundamentals: How to read the ECG? 7 heads
Explained in detail for use as educational tools in beginner classes.
Skill 1: Recording Paper
Skill 2: How to figure out the heart rate
Skill 3: Find the P wave
Skill 4: Check the width of a QRS complex
Skill 5: Abrupt changes in the RR interval
Skill 6: Stimulation frequency of automaticity
Skill 7: Ladder diagram
-- Visual understanding of impulse propagation
Learn from animations. By simultaneously watching the heart and ECG animations on the same screen, you can train yourself to read and understand ECGs.
1.The normal conducting system (P wave, QRS, T wave, All waves)
2.Abnormal conduction of impulse (Abnormal P wave, Wide QRS, Reentry)
3.Cardiac action potential (Phase 0-1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Phase 4, All phases)
-- Arrhythmia: Types and waveform features
Arrhythmia types are classified by category. (Not every type of waveform appearing in medical practice is covered.)
-- Various kind of ECGs
Medical terms needed for ECG reading are explained through animations and illustrations. Touch blue hyperlinks to jump to related pages and study new items simultaneously.
-- Index search
Easily search by waveform names and symptoms. Items are explained through animations and illustrations.
-- Diagnosis on ECG findings
Enter 4 conditions (RR intervals, Heart rate, QRS (narrow, wide, lost), and QRS follows P wave), then instantly search ECG findings for corresponding arrhythmia diagnoses.
-- Self assessment quiz (182 waveform questions)
Quizzes for beginning, intermediate, and advanced practitioners, and you can select the level. Learn to read animation waveforms quickly and select the correct name of the waveform from 4 alternatives. Read explanations and/or retry questions for immediate feedback.
Questions are given at random for effective learning. Repeated study helps you master correct reading of waveform features.
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