• Title: The ECG Made Easy
  • Author: John R. Hampton
  • ISBN: 9780443068171
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • The ECG Made Easy This highly respected and famous book is a simple readable guide to the accurate identification and interpretation of abnormal electrocardiogram ECG patterns written for medical students nurses and
    This highly respected and famous book is a simple, readable guide to the accurate identification and interpretation of abnormal electrocardiogram ECG patterns, written for medical students, nurses and junior doctors The emphasis throughout is on the straightforward practical application of the ECG Generations of medical and health care staff have benefited from its cleThis highly respected and famous book is a simple, readable guide to the accurate identification and interpretation of abnormal electrocardiogram ECG patterns, written for medical students, nurses and junior doctors The emphasis throughout is on the straightforward practical application of the ECG Generations of medical and health care staff have benefited from its clear cut approach to this important investigation.

    One Reply to “The ECG Made Easy”

    1. Very useful! Our professor recommended reading this book.Besides the information that I learned about the ECG, this book enhanced my medical English too.P.S. We're studying medicine in Arabic. This is Syria!Thank you Dr.John. You've really made the ECG easy :)

    2. an amazing book to understand the principles of ECG from the basics till diagnosis in such an easy short wayloved how it has a "things to remember" corner at the end of each sectionand a whole chapter called "reminds" which summarize most of the book's information in the end, just before a very useful chapter called "Now test yourself"it has an easy language, loooots of diagrams & ways to simplify remembering what's importentrecommended to any med student who's interested ^_^

    3. Une introduction à l'ECG destinée aux étudiants en médecine , aux infirmiers et infirmières , au personnel paramédical et aux ambulanciers . Un outil de révision pour ceux et celles qui ont oublié une partie de ce qu'ils ont appris lorsqu'ils étaient étudiants . Indispensable 👌👌

    4. Perfect starting point for anyone who seeks to learn the basics quickly yet efficiently. This book provides an easy to understand approach with plenty of examples after each explanation.

    5. Læste den første danske udgave fra Munksgaard i 2006. Ganske udmærket introduktion. Fine illustrationer.

    6. This book broke down important concepts for me and help me get over the fear that I would never understand ECGs.

    7. Review "The ECG Made Easy has for some time been the pocket reference for junior doctors invaluable in a clinical setting."Nursing Standardgodsend to thousands of practising physicians and surgeons who have never mastered the ECG, but always felt they should have done."European Medical Journalfact that 'The ECG Made Easy' is now in its sixth edition must be testament to the enduring popularity of this book. It's an easy step-by-step readable guide to how to interpret ECGs." Medical Student, MAD [...]

    8. This book could have benefited from having more examples and tests scattered throughout it instead of a dense chunk of information half forgotten by the end. Great guide to training pattern recognition, but it would be easier to absorb all the facts if the author went into more depth as to what caused each sign instead of just attaching 'inverted T wave', 'downsloping ST segment', 'RSR pattern' labels to a dozen different conditions. Still, brilliant reference guide for other books such as 'ECGs [...]

    9. :D A book been given to me by my dad, Read it at beginning of my 4th year medicine course, It was hard to get without some explanations, and so easy to forget without actually getting to read some real life ECG, because simply our doctors didn't focus on them. Maybe i'll re-read when the time is right.

    10. This book was great in introducing the ECG & explaining the major points of it. However near the end of the book, the writer seems to have remembered that he needed to cut down on paper, & so decided to be a little brief. Perhaps this matter is resolved by further explaining of the end points in the next 2 parts of this book series. But still, a very useful guide for ECG

    11. Very helpful and easy to understand. I wish I had finished it in Normal Body, since it can be read in under one day. Then all the ECGs in the exam would have made sense But never too late, I guess.

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