Practical Aspects of ECG Recording is for everyone who records or teaches ECGs. Most electrocardiography courses and textbooks skim over recording and place their main emphasis on interpretation. The purpose of this book is to shift the focus firmly back onto good recording technique as the fundamental starting point for developing ECG competency. Although the chapters are self-contained, pedagogical aids provide an opportunity to deepen learning through the integration of accumulated skills and knowledge. Each chapter contains review and comprehension questions, and key points which test the readerOCOs understanding, skills and knowledge on newly acquired topic areas. Active learning is encouraged through the use of OCywhat ifOCO prediction style questions and clinical scenarios which allow the reader to apply critical thinking, reasoning and problem solving skills. Each chapter ends with a summary of the key points. This provides a brief outline of the main concepts and facts discussed providing a revision snapshot of the topic area.qcolour. codes. When recording an ECG the lead ends are colour coded to aid connection speed. In addition they provide ... Commission (IEC) (2011) and the American system recommended by the Association for the Advancement of Medicalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Practical Aspects of ECG Recording|
|Author||:||Jacqui Crawford, Linda Doherty|
|Publisher||:||M&K Update Ltd - 2012|