Ken Grauer, MD (Professor Emeritus in Family Medicine; College of Medicine, University of Florida) has taught ECG/Arrhythmia Interpretation and ACLS for over 3 decades. Author of more than 10 books (which have sold half a million copies) - he is a nationally known family physician educator whose medical passion is cardiology. His trademark has been the ability to simplify otherwise complicated topics into a concise practical, easy-to-remember format. He is continually expanding his cardiology-related educational materials which now include in addition to Pocket Brain books and ePubs - self-instructional PDF files, an educational ECG Blog, and an on-line ECG Competency assessment program.
ACLS - 2013 - ePubby Ken Grauer
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This new ePub version of our 5th Edition greatly enhances the content of our hard copy ACLS-2013-PB (Pocket Brain) book. Not limited by space constraints of the Pocket Brain - We have added and expanded numerous sections. In addition to actively incorporating current ACLS Guidelines - We venture “Beyond-the-Textbook” with commentary on each of the major algorithms that contains practical management pearls and important clinical insights.
Our goal is to provide key information fast. User-friendly linked numbering of all key sections in the Contents allows near-instant access to information on any topic. New subjects covered in this ePub include - Therapeutic Hypothermia - Who to Cath following resuscitation - Use of Echo during cardiac arrest - Capnography - plus entire new Clinical Rhythm Diagnosis sections that will challenge and instruct providers of any experience level. Includes numerous practice tracings with detailed and illustrated explained answers. ACLS-2013-ePub contains well over 200 illustrative figures and tracings (all in color for this ePub version).
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Hello, all, A masterpiece, easy to read, builds insight and confidence in the reader regarding sensible and rapid interpretation of EKGs. A culmination of decades of hard work and inspiration on the topic of ACLS. As a flight surgeon, I greatly appreciate this tool. I take the e-version wherever I go. Institutions with ERs, Urgent care and busy clinics should provide this guide to all primary care doctors, house officers and other front-line medical personnel. Bravo! Phil
this book is helpful to the weel informed and not so informed.