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The ECG is nothing to be afraid of! – This application provides you with all fundamentals for reading ECGs.
The ECG is nothing to be afraid of! – This application provides you with all fundamentals for reading ECGs.
Alan Lefor (Professor, Jichi Medical University)
Alan Lefor(Professor Jichi Medical University)

This software is easy to use and organized to be clinically useful for the experienced clinician or the beginning student. The effective menu organization allows the user to easily find ECG tracings and didactic information for nearly every cardiac rhythm abnormality. The description of arrhythmias is accompanied by beautiful active graphics that clearly illustrate the abnormality explained in text. The unique combination of ECG tracings, concise text and active graphic illustrations allows not only rapid reference, but makes the software incredibly useful as an educational tool. Self-assessment quizzes at various levels of learning are effective to evaluate self-study. This application will find its way into daily clinical practice as well as being an effective tool for self-study for trainees at all levels.

Dr Adam Koh
Physician MBBS (Singapore), MRCS (UK), M Med (Emergency Medicine)
Alan Lefor(Professor Jichi Medical University)

This application is informative and comprehensive yet wonderfully user friendly. The combination of dynamic ECG tracings and illustrative graphics makes learning and revision of arrhythmias a pleasant experience. Almost every abnormal cardiac rhythm is carefully explained in graphics and text. Traditionally difficult ECG interpretations were made easy with simple explanation. For the inexperienced user, the rapid diagnosis search application is a handy tool for narrowing of differential diagnosis. The 3-tier self-assessment quiz section is a good test of the user's knowledge. In summary, a well designed app that will prove to be a useful tool for users of all levels.

This application consists of two programs; "Tips on reading ECG monitor" and "Self assessment quiz"
"Tips of reading ECG monitor" is packed full of useful information on medical knowledge terms. and notable features of waveforms. "Self assessment quiz" showing 182 waveforms will check your level of reading waveforms.
Enjoy these two programs whenever and wherever you have time, and your skill for reading ECGs will make remarkable progress.
In "Diagnosis on ECG findings", combining conditions of RR interval, Heart rate, etc., you can infer the arrhythmia applicable to the case.