- Steve Bowbrick, BSc, Chief Cardiac Physiologist, Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough, Kent, UK
- Alex Borg, MD, MRCP, Cardiology Research Registrar, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, UK
- Medical students, junior doctors, surgeons and general practitioners - for whom the quick reference section will prove invaluable.
- Nurses working in a cardiology environment – who will benefit from sections on peri-arrest and cardiac arrest rhythms (including details of adverse clinical signs), along with sections on normal variants and the influence of cardiac drugs on the ECG trace.
- Cardiac technicians – for whom a grasp of the background to the ECG and the practical aspects are of paramount importance.
- Published: July 2006
- Imprint: CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
- ISBN: 978-0-443-10183-0
Table of ContentsSection 1 : ECG basics and history
Section 2 : The ECG in practice
Section 3 : How to read an ECG
• Heart rate and rhythms
• Intervals and wave forms
• A–Z of abnormalities