Small Animal ECGs: An Introductory Guide, 2nd Edition
November 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
• Written by a Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology
• New chapters on the management and treatment of arrhythmias and on choosing an ECG recorder
• Suitable for all veterinary professionals, including practitioners, veterinary students, nurses and technicians
1. What is an ECG?.
2. The Electricity of the Heart.
3. Rhythms of Sinus Origin.
PART II: Abnormal Electricity of the Heart:.
4. Recognising and Understanding Ectopia.
5. Arrhythmias Associated With Ectopia.
6. Abnormalities of the Conduction System.
7. Changes in the P-QRS-T Morphology.
PART III: More Advanced Electrocardiography:.
8. Understanding the ECG Limb Lead Systems.
9. Mean Electrical Axis (MEA) Explained.
10. Intraventricular Conduction Defects.
11. Some Additional Arrhythmias.
PART IV: Management and Treatment of Arrhythmias:.
12. Management of Arrhythmias.
13. Treatment of Arrhythmias.
Part V: Recording and Interpreting ECGs.
15. Approach to the Interpretation of the ECG Recording.
17. Recording an ECG.
18. Choosing an ECG Recorder.
● Written by a recognised specialist in veterinary cardiology actively working in a specialist referral practice
● New chapters on the management and treatment of arrhythmias and on choosing an ECG recorder
● Suitable for all veterinary professionals, including practitioners, veterinary students, nurses and technicians