6 edition of Making sense of the ECG found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||Andrew R. Houghton, David Gray.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Contributions||Gray, David, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||RC683.5.E5 H68 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||97186865|
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Examination Patient supine in cardiac catheter department, undergoing coronary angiography. The ST segment. It is often marketed as being the easiest book in the field, and readers are apparently appealed by that. They alert us when OverDrive services are not working as expected. Premature closure, making a diagnosis that is not yet ripe to made, can shut down our monitoring system and lead to erroneous decision making.
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Finally, to create plausible stories for the complex undifferentiated patient requires intense mental effort, which is difficult to sustain amid the constant interruptions and time pressures of the emergency department.
Reporting an ECG recording. It can definetely be recommended to professionals who are interested in ECG interpretation, particularly if details are appreciated. The reader is left with confidence and enthusiasm to maintain their ECG interpreting skills.
The ST segment. Again, this book is intended for researchers. Bonow, Douglas L.
Covers arrhythmology completely. The Bible of electrocardiology. Barbara J. So, how can we become better at sense-making? In this case, the patient did not respond to a precordial thump but sinus rhythm was restored following a single biphasic shock of J. Not sufficient for clinical work as it leaves out key aspects of diagnosis and management.
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This is simply because it has simplified ECG interpretation beyond what is reasonable and clinically sound. Here are some strategies to help you make sense: Deal with problems not diagnoses Recognise that conditions constantly evolve in emergency situations and that we are prone to premature closure and confirmation bias.
For junior doctors on the wards, the clinical emphasis ensures that they are an invaluable resource not just for ECG interpretation but also for deciding how to act on the results.
Suitable for researchers. All chapters are superb. Not recommended Many topics are covered, although superficially explained. How can we become wise, but young? Predict what should be found on examination and on investigations if the working diagnosis is correct, and force yourself to re-examine your interpretation if these findings are absent.Oct 27, · Making Sense of the ECG – Cases for Self-Assessment Making Sense of the ECG – Cases for Self-Assessment A useful reference, it is presented in a two-colour landscape design with a lead ECG or rhythm strip to accompany patient scenarios.
These include the patient’s presentation and complaint, past medical history, clinical examination findings and results of. Making Sense of the ECG by Andrew Houghton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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