New resource for electrocardiogram interpretation

Queen’s own Dr. Adrian Baranchuk is the Editor of the newly published Atlas of Advanced Electrocardiogram Interpretation. With Contributing Editors Drs. Hoshiar Abdollah, Damian Redfearn, and Christopher Simpson, one could call this “The Queen’s Atlas of ECG”! The atlas is “a practical guide to recognizing and analysing a wide spectrum of cardiac conditions.” There is free access for the next 25 days at It’s available for PC and Mac.

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The atlas provides:
Tracings, data, descriptions, interpretations, and tips from the expert contributors

Straightforward and consistent style encourages logical and step-wise ECG interpretation, as well as rapid recognition based on the study of repeated patterns

There are 100 “real world” tracings with contributions from 100 of the world’s leading cardiologists and electrocardiographers.

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Cases are divided into 12 chapters covering key disorders and abnormalities.

Bibliographic information is provided to facilitate further reading.

Images from each chapter are available to download to your computer for use as teaching and learning aids.

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