Sunday, June 7, 2015

ECG Blog #113 (ECG Video-Blogs-10,11,12) - Rhythm Diagnosis-Basics (Parts I,II,III)

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     This 3-part Video Series (under the umbrella of my ECG Blog #113) contains the 10th, 11th and 12th installments of my ECG Video Blog. My collective GOAL for this 3-part Series — is to address the Basics of ECG Rhythm Diagnosis, starting from the VERY beginning. My hope is that by doing so — clinicians desirous of a step-by-step approach could quickly learn to apply the essentials of Arrhythmia Diagnosis, even if they previously had little or no formal training in this area. Plenty of PEARLS for more advanced interpreters are sprinkled in along the way.
     This Video Series took me several hundred hours to make. I hope you enjoy the fruit of my efforts! For convenience — these are the Direct Links to these 3 YouTube Videos (and to a Link-Timed Contents for each of them):

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NOTE: There are advantages to using a video format format. These include:
  • Ability to illustrate concepts not done full justice by the written word.
  • Greater dispersion of my content through Google & YouTube. This material is free for anyone to use.
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LINKS to my ECG Video-Blog installments:
  • ECG Video-Blog #1-Revised (= Blog #95) — Is there AV Block?
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  • ECG Video-Blog #2 (= Blog #96) — Bundle Branch Blocks
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  • ECG Video-Blog #3 (Blog #97) — SVT with marked ST Depression
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  • ECG Video-Blog #4 (= Blog #98) — Clinical Arrhythmia Mgmt (Part I )
  •    Please check out our Cardiac Arrhythmia page = www.aafpecg.com - 
  •    Click Here for Timed Contents to Video-Blogs #4,5,6!
  • ECG Video-Blog #5 (Blog #99) — Clinical Arrhythmia Mgmt (Part 2 )
  • ECG Video-Blog #6 (Blog #100) — Clinical Arrhythmia Mgmt (Part 3 )
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  • ECG Video-Blog #7 (= Blog #101) — Wide Tachycardia + Chest Pain
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  • ECG Video-Blog #8 ( = Blog #105) — Basics of AV Block
  • ECG Video-Blog #9 ( = Blog #110) — Complete AV Block? / Laddergrams
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  • ECG Video-Blogs #10,11,12 ( = Blog #113) — Rhythm Diagnosis Basics
  •    Click Here for a Link-Timed Contents to Video-Blogs #10,11,12!
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  • ECG Video-Blog #13 ( = Blog #116) — Essentials of Axis / Hemiblocks
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  • ECG Video-Blog #14 ( = Blog #117) — Brugada Syndrome
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  • ECG Video-Blog #15 ( = Blog #118) — QRST Changes
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  • ECG Video-Blog #16 ( = Blog #120) — Giant T Waves
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     This 3-part Video Series addresses the Basics of ECG Rhythm Diagnosis, starting from the very beginning ... but also with plenty of PEARLS along the way for more experienced interpreters.
  • Below in Figure 1 — an example of some issues discussed. I believe this 3-part Video Series brings the topic to life!
Figure-1: Slide showing part of the discussion on ECG diagnosis of Atrial Flutter. NOTE — Enlarge by clicking on Figures — Right-Click to open in a separate window.
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Direct Links to these YouTube Videos are the following:
  • ECG Video Blog-10 — Rhythm Basics: Part 1 (28 minutes)
  • ECG Video Blog-11 — Rhythm Basics: Part 2 (48 minutes)
  • ECG Video Blog-12 — Rhythm Basics: Part 3 (coming soon! )
  • Click Here  — for a Timed CONTENTS of Video-Blogs #10,11,12.
  • Please also check out my ECG Video Blog page on Google. The link is easy to remember = www.videoecg.com -
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