Published Feb 3, 2005
Does anyone have any links to websites that make reading EKGs, recognizing arrhythmias and such, any easier? I just can't get it.
UM Review RN, ASN, RN
this is a great site:
go to the ecg simulator. it teaches rhythm recognition and it's fun.
Not a website, but I love the book "The Art of EKG Interpretation" by Karen S. Ehrat. Helped me TONS! Highly recommended.
Thanks! That website is great! And I thought about buying that book... maybe now I will.
While in nursing school Im an EDT in the ER, one of the Doctors had this book kicking around, "The Only Ekg Book You'll Ever Need" by Malcolm S., Md. Thaler
I picked it up to try and get better at this skill and have really enjoyed it so far. I havent finished it yet (I feel guilty reading it when I should be doing one of my assigned class readings instead). One of the ER nurses read it too and he said he found it very uesfull.
wow, i think i had altogether too much fun on that site.
this is a great site:http://www.skillstat.com/ecg_sim_demo.html go to the ecg simulator. it teaches rhythm recognition and it's fun.
Wow, I think I had altogether too much fun on that site.
Definitely rivals "Bejeweled," IMHO.:chuckle
NSR always takes the longest to recognize. Maybe that's because I don't see a lot of it ... :rotfl: ... or maybe just 'cause I second guess myself.
RainDreamer, BSN, RN
angie, thank you soooooo much for that link!!! what a great site! i had an ekg class the first couple weeks of school, had an exam over it and i still feel so completely lost and can't understand it. looks like this site may help, thanks!
DutchgirlRN, ASN, RN
Thanks Angie I have bookmarked that site to help me for my next ACLS renewal. Awesome and fun site ! Who would of believed it of EKG's?
zambezi, BSN, RN
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