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This is a good tool for practicing EKG's! ECG Simulator | SkillStat Learning - Fast, Fun and Effective!
You need to know: Vfib, Vtach, asystole, sinus rhythms (brady, tach, NSR), the heart blocks (1st degree, 2nd degree (both types), and 3rd degree), afib and a flutter, and what PVC's look like. (You also look at MI and stroke)
MORE important though is being able to look at your patient, their sx, vitals, LOC and say- is this person stable or unstable- what do I do now?
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