Yesterday, I posted links to Girish Kalra MD’s outstanding series of YouTube videos on the interpretation of the electrocardiograms. Dr. Kalra’s course is simply outstanding. So here is the link (You’ll definetely want to review all of these outstanding video lectures.):
Best Minicourse On Electrocardiography From Girish Kalra MD Of Emory University School Of Medicine
Posted on June 26, 2019 by Tom Wade MD
And now here are some additional important resources on electrocardiography:
Excerpts From “Recording a Standard 12-Lead Electrocardiogram” From The Society for Cardiological Science & Technology (SCST) 2017
Posted on June 25, 2019 by Tom Wade MD
“Electrocardiographic detection of myocardial infarction” From “Third universal definition of myocardial infarction”
Posted on June 23, 2019 by Tom Wade MD
“Wellen’s syndrome: An ominous EKG pattern” – Links To The Article And An Excerpt – And GXT Is Strongly Contraindicated
Posted on November 11, 2018 by Tom Wade MD
Anterior Ischemia Or Misplaced Precordial Leads – Why It Matters And How To Avoid The Problem
Posted on October 24, 2018 by Tom Wade MD
Life In The Fast Lane (an incredible emergency medicine blog) has outstanding ECG resources. Here is the direct link to the page with links to many of the blog’s awesome resources. See also ECG References, ECG Library, ECG Basics, and ECG Clinical Interpretation. All of these links are also from Life in The Fast Lane.
And finally, be sure and check out Dr. Smith’s ECG Blog “Instructive ECGs in Emergency Medicine Clinical Context”. Dr. Smith states:
I highly recommend using this blog as an atlas or textbook. Use the “label” below the archive (below) to search for all kinds of ECG cases, with discussion.*
*Basically just go to The Search This Blog box on every page and type in your query.
And be sure to follow Dr. Smith’s blog on Twitter.