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Electrocardiography for Health Care Personnel provides ECG skills training for health care students as well as health care personnel who are interested in mastering additional skills. The text includes the essential skills needed to perform an ECG, including anatomy of the heart, basic characteristics, equipment, appropriate intervention, and other technical applications, such as Holter monitoring and stress testing. Emphasis throughout the text is placed on troubleshooting.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.60(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1-Role of the Electrocardiographer Chapter 2-The Cardiovascular System Chapter 3-The Electrocardiograph Chapter 4-Performing a 12-Lead ECG Chapter 5-ECG Interpretation and Clinical Significance Chapter 6-Exercise Electrocardiography Chapter 7-Ambulatory Monitoring Appendix A-Competency Checklist Appendix B-Common Cardiac Medications Appendix C-Abbreviations/Symbols Glossary