siri. . .i don't think this site is listed on that website for the unit. it is not really a tutorial, but a quiz with rhythm strips to diagnosis. canuck2texan, knock yourself out with the strips on this site. even i couldn't figure out some of them:
http://sprojects.mmi.mcgill.ca/dir/ekg_puz.html - super ekg puzzler - 215 rhythm strips to diagnosis—includes the answers- click on "go to this site now" to enter the quizzing from mcgill university molson medical informatics student projects site.
I am ACLS certified and I used to work on a tele unit. But now that I am on Medical everyday, I don't usually see strips. So, I really liked this site to keep my interpretation skills sharp. Thank you so much for sharing this site!!!!!!!
There is a great (29 page if you print it out) case study type document that walks you through several situations and what the actual ekg's look like for those patients. The whole website is awesome actually. When everyone in my class was thinking I had ekg's down last semester because I work on a cardiac floor, it was actually more due to this site!