Electrocardiography

ECG

Illustrated Book on Electrocardiography

  1. 12 lead ECG
  2. 2:1 AV block and right ventricular hypertrophy
  3. Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm
  4. Accelerated Idioventricular rhythm
  5. Accrochage – complete heart block masquerading as 2:1 AV block
  6. AIVR in anterior wall myocardial infarction after thrombolysis
  7. Alpha and beta angles of r’ wave to differentiate between Brugada syndrome and incomplete RBBB
  8. Anterior wall myocardial infarction – acute, with right bundle branch block (RBBB)
  9. Anterior wall myocardial infarction and 50 Hz interference
  10. Arm lead inversion / technical dextrocardia
  11. Arm lead inversion / technical dextrocardia
  12. Ashman phenomenon
  13. Atrial depolarization
  14. Atrial fibrillation
  15. Atrial fibrillation – fine, controlled ventricular rate: ECG
  16. Atrial fibrillation – transient / reversible factors
  17. Atrial fibrillation with WPW syndrome
  18. Atrial flutter
  19. Atrial flutter ECG
  20. Atrial flutter in mitral stenosis
  21. Atrial flutter in mitral stenosis
  22. Atrial infarction
  23. Atrial pacing with 2:1 AV block
  24. Atrial repolarization wave
  25. Brugada like ECG
  26. Complete heart block
  27. Complete heart block – narrow QRS
  28. Complete heart block and intermittent pacing
  29. Complete heart block – narrow QRS
  30. Congenital short QT syndrome
  31. Criteria for right atrial enlargement on ECG
  32. Delta wave on ECG
  33. Derivatives of sinus node recovery time
  34. Derivatives of sinus node recovery time
  35. Determination of QRS axis
  36. Determination of QRS axis
  37. Complex ventricular ectopy
  38. Congenital complete heart block – exercise response
  39. Complete heart block
  40. Coronary sinus rhythm
  41. Early repolarization: benign or lethal?
  42. ECG artifacts during monitoring
  43. Diagnosis of myocardial infarction in the presence of left bundle branch block
  44. ECG changes of myocardia ischemia
  45. ECG features suggesting epicardial ablation of ventricular tachycardia
  46. ECG finding in hyperkalemia
  47. ECG Findings in Atrial pacing
  48. ECG findings in ventricular septal defect (VSD)
  49. ECG in cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT)
  50. ECG in left main coronary artery stenosis
  51. ECG leads V1H to V6H and V1L to V6L
  52. ECG monitoring in intensive coronary care unit (ICCU)
  53. ECG in pulmonary embolism
  54. ECG Quiz
  55. ECG QUIZ 1
  56. ECG Quiz 1
  57. ECG Quiz 10
  58. ECG Quiz 12
  59. ECG Quiz 13
  60. ECG Quiz 14
  61. ECG Quiz 15
  62. ECG Quiz 16
  63. ECG Quiz 17
  64. ECG Quiz 18
  65. ECG Quiz 19
  66. ECG Quiz 2
  67. ECG Quiz 2
  68. ECG Quiz 20
  69. ECG Quiz 21
  70. ECG Quiz 22
  71. ECG Quiz 23
  72. ECG Quiz 24
  73. ECG Quiz 25
  74. ECG Quiz 26
  75. ECG Quiz 27
  76. ECG Quiz 28
  77. ECG Quiz 29
  78. ECG Quiz 3
  79. ECG Quiz 3
  80. ECG Quiz 30
  81. ECG Quiz 31
  82. ECG quiz 32
  83. ECG Quiz 33
  84. ECG Quiz 34
  85. ECG Quiz 35
  86. ECG Quiz 4
  87. ECG Quiz 5
  88. ECG Quiz 5
  89. ECG Quiz 6
  90. ECG Quiz 7
  91. ECG Quiz 8
  92. ECG Quiz 8
  93. ECG Quiz 9
  94. ECG settings
  95. ECQ Quiz 11
  96. Crochetage sign in atrial septal defect
  97. Dressler beats in ventricular tachycardia
  98. Elective electrical cardioversion for atrial fibrillation / flutter
  99. Electrical alternans
  100. Electrical axis of the heart
  101. Electrocardiogram
  102. Electrocardiogram
  103. Electrocardiographic measures of ventricular repolarization
  104. Features of right bundle branch block (RBBB)
  105. Features of Wenckebach Block / Phenomenon
  106. Formulae for correction of QT interval: Calculation of QTC
  107. High dominant frequency drivers in atrial fibrillation
  108. High pass filter settings for surface vs intracardiac electrogram
  109. How hypokalemia worsens LQTS
  110. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy with atrial fibrillation
  111. Incomplete RBBB pattern in atrial septal defect
  112. Inferior wall infarction and LVH by voltage
  113. Inferior, posterior and lateral wall myocardial infarction
  114. Inferior, posterior and lateral wall myocardial infarction
  115. Inferolateral myocardial infarction and ventricular ectopics
  116. Inverted P waves in inferior leads
  117. IRBB and LVH
  118. IRBBB
  119. Junctional ectopic tachycardia
  120. Junctional focus
  121. Junctional rhythm
  122. Junctional rhythm, anterior and inferior wall infarction
  123. Katz-Wachtel phenomenon / sign on ECG in ventricular septal defect
  124. LBBB with First Degree AV Block
  125. Lead systems for ECG monitoring
  126. Left bundle branch block
  127. Left bundle branch block
  128. Left bundle branch block (LBBB) with 2:1 AV block
  129. Left bundle branch block with tachycardia
  130. Left anterior hemiblock (LAHB)
  131. Left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH) with strain pattern
  132. Lewis lead for recognition of P wave during wide QRS tachycardia
  133. Low atrial rhythm
  134. Low atrial rhythm and IVCD

1 comment for “Electrocardiography

  1. Ahmed Elbatran
    March 23, 2014 at 8:33 pm

    Wonderful cases. Thanks a lot

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