Guide to Basic Electrocardiography

  • John Wagner Beasley
  • E. Wayne GroganJr.

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-13
  2. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 15-16
  3. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 17-23
  4. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 25-29
  5. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 31-35
  6. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 37-93
  7. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 109-126
  8. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 127-131
  9. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 133-150
  10. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 151-157
  11. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 159-163
  12. John Wagner Beasley, E. Wayne Grogan Jr.
    Pages 165-167
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 169-179

About this book

Introduction

The purpose of this text is to provide a reference work ticular attention has been paid to the diagnosis of covering basic electrocardiographic (EeG) patterns common rhythm problems. and diagnoses in a succinct and useful format. The The contents are directed at the primary physi­ book covers common adult EeG abnormalities and is cian in residency training or in practice, and a reason­ organized according to the type of abnormality, able background knowledge of terminology and basic rather than by specific disease or EeG diagnosis. De­ pathophysiology is assumed. Thus, certain topics, tailed lists of possible causes for various EeG patterns such as a detailed discussion of electrophysiology, are have been included wherever appropriate, and par- omitted for the sake of brevity. For a discussion of this 5 PREFACE 6 topic, complex or unusual rhythm patterns, and the have generally been selected as common examples of advanced techniques of deciphering unusual rhythms abnormalities, often as they occur in concert with and other uncommon abnormalities, the reader is re­ other abnormalities, rather than as pure "classic" ex­ ferred to other, more detailed, texts. The techniques of amples of a single abnormality. Therefore, in many performing an ECG are not covered here and the topic instances the examples given include commonly as­ of children's ECGs is treated only briefly. A number of sociated abnormalities in addition to the one under more detailed self-study and reference texts are avail­ discussion.

Keywords

Stent anatomy atrial fibrillation congenital heart disease coronary artery disease diagnosis electrocardiogram (ECG) electrocardiogram (ECG) electrocardiography electrophysiology heart hypertension pain pathophysiology physiology

Authors and affiliations

  • John Wagner Beasley
    • 1
  • E. Wayne GroganJr.
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Wisconsin Medical SchoolMadisonUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-0517-0
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-0-306-43296-5
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4613-0517-0
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