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  • This text book was written to be an introduction to interpretation of electrocardiography, not as a complicated text book. The purpose of this book is to present the often complicated explanation of electrocardiography in a simple and easy to read manner. Nurses, medical students and paramedics will find this book very beneficial. Each rhythm is explained in a simple manner which is accompanied by diagrams and rhythm strips to help simplify the concepts. There are very few books that approach this subject in a simplified way which allows the reader to gain a rapid understanding of the subject. It is certain that this publication will satisfy the need for such a book. The third edition contains an update of previous chapters and an additional chapters on some of the more rare conditions which were not covered in the first edition and an expansion of acute coronary syndrome. Self evaluation questions have been added after each chapter, with answers at the back of the book.

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