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This extension to the popular ECGs for the Emergency Physician Volume 1 continues to provide the emergency health care provider with outstanding practical and emergency medicine–relevant teaching of a life–saving skill: emergency electrocardiography interpretation. This volume can be used individually or paired with Volume 1 to present one of the most comprehensive and educational ECG collections ever assembled for emergency physicians and other acute health care providers.

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Amal Mattu , Director Emergency Medicine Residency Program and Co–director, Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Combined Residency Program, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore. William Brady Associate Professor, Vice Chair and Program Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Universityof Virginia Health System,, and Medical Director, Charlottesville–Albermarle Rescue Squad, Charlottesville, Virginia.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Loved it 18 Mar. 2010
By MDSENDOFF - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an excellent book- There are several attributes that make this book ideal for the EM physician who is learning EKG's:

1.) Cases are quick and short, so if you only have 10-15 min you can get valuable info during that time.
2.) It starts easy and gets harder which is ideal.
3.) You see multiple variations of the same thing with thorough explanations each time.

I went through the 1st section with about 30 min 3x a week in one month and felt more comfortable reading EKG's than some of my senior colleagues.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Book! 11 Sept. 2009
By Nom de Plume - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This is the perfect follow-up to Mattu and Brady's first EKG book, and a must read for those who really want to fine-tune their EKG skills.
As with the first volume, this one contains hundreds of unknown EKG's and a one-line clinical vignette. Once you have made your reading, you check the correct answer at the end of the section, which also includes teaching points.

Neither of these books would be for someone new to reading EKG's - they are too demanding. But, for those wishing to be as good as you can be, go through these two volumes.

Then do it again!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Best EKG book for Emergency Medicine 9 May 2013
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This is the second volume of the best EKG book for Emergency Medicine training. The EKGs get progressively more difficult and just have a small tagline "50yo female with chest pain" etc. Then you look up the answer in the back. In the back the EKGs are read formally "Normal sinus rhythm, left axis deviation, prolonged QT, left anterior fascicular block and ST-elevation in the inferior leads consistent with transmural ischemia"...something like that. Then it gives an explaination of the main finding for example in this case it might go on to tell you about inferior STEMI. I learn quite a lot from these explanations and they seem to build on each other as you go.
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Another great book! 7 Sept. 2009
By Micelle J. Haydel - Published on Amazon.com
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If you want to be challenged, this is the book for you. All of Mattu's ECG books humble me. I recommend this one to our residents.
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GOOD FOR THE DAILY PRACTICE 9 April 2012
By Luis Gutierrez Padin - Published on Amazon.com
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THIS BOOK IS A GOOD RESOURCE FOR PHYSICIANS IN PRACTICE, AS WELL AS FOR STUDENTS DURING THEIR ROTATIONS. EKG INTERPRETATION IS A HARD SUBJECT TO LEARN. IN OVERALL, I THINK THAT THIS BOOK IS GREAT, WITH LOTS OF EKG'S AND CLINICAL CASES THAT PUT'S YOU TO THINK THOROUGHLY.
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