Role of the electrocardiographer -- The cardiovascular system -- The electrocardiograph -- Performing an ECG -- Rhythm strip interpretation and sinus rhythms -- Atrial dysrhythmias -- Junctional dysrhythmias -- Heart block dysrhythmias -- Rhythms originating from the ventricles -- Pacemaker rhythms and bundle branch block -- Exercise electrocardiography -- Ambulatory monitoring -- Clinical management of the cardiac patient -- Basic 12-lead ECG interpretation. -- from NLM
Uniquely combining video and book content, How to Perform Clinical Procedures presents vital information in a clear and practical manner from experienced clinicians, detailing many of the core procedures medical students and junior doctors are likely to encounter on the wards.
The DVDs contain over 40 of the most common practical procedures, demonstrated on real patients in real clinical scenarios with step-by-step explanations and points highlighted for OSCEs and PACES. Each procedure also features an on-screen OSCE scoring sheet for self-testing.