My top 10 tips for ECG interpretation

Br J Cardiol 2014;21:17–9 Leave a comment
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In this new regular series ‘ECGs for the fainthearted’ Dr Heather Wetherell will be interpreting ECGs in a non-threatening and simple way. Confident interpretation of ECGs is fast becoming a dying art form. What’s more, it’s an art form that any good scientist can enjoy! ECGs are open to interpretation. The fun lies in solving the puzzle.

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