2 Usefulness And Limitations Of Electrocardiography.
3 Electrophysiological principles.
The origin of ECG morphology.
4 ECG machines: how to perform and interpret ECG.
5 Normal ECG Characteristics.
PR interval and segment.
ST segment and T wave.
Assessment of the QRS electrical axis in a frontal plane.
Rotations of the heart.
Electrocardiographic changes with age.
6 Electrocardiographic Diagnostic Criteria.
7 Atrial Abnormalities.
Right atrial enlargement.
Left atrial enlargement.
8 Ventricular Enlargement.
Right ventricular enlargement.
Electrocardiographic signs of right acute overload.
Left ventricular enlargement.
9 Ventricular Blocks.
Complete right bundle-branch block (RBBB).
Partial right bundle branch block.
Complete left bundle-branch block (LBBB).
Partial left bundle-branch block.
Zonal (divisional) left ventricular block.
10 Ventricular Preexcitation.
WPW type preexcitation.
Short PR -type preexcitation.
11 Electrocardiographic Pattern of Ischaemia, Injury and Necrosis.
Electrocardiographic pattern of ischaemia.
Electrocardiographic pattern of injury.
Electrocardiographic pattern of necrosis.
Value of ECG in special conditions.
ECG pattern of poor prognosis.
ECG of Electrical alternans.
● Written by a world renowned electrocardiographer and clinical cardiologist
● Includes excellent illustrations and 22 self-assessment case studies
● Explains in sequential form the normal ECG patterns based on the correlation between electrographic curves and vectorcardiographic loops
● Provides the most recent developments correlating ECG patterns with magnetic resonance imaging