To facilitate correct diagnosis and guide management, the authors use a consistent sequence to explain the ECG abnormalities for each site of coronary occlusion. A schematic of the coronary tree illustrates the point of occlusion.
The second part of the book contains a self-assessment section with a series of 15 cases, each of which includes one or more 12-lead ECGs for analysis. These valuable examples help you prepare for on-the-spot interpretation in the emergency department or intensive care unit.
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