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Mar032013

Pediatric ECG Basics ~ Part 2

Our resident cardiologist Dr. Buck Kyle completes the second part of his lecture series on pediatric ECG reading.  This time we get into the most common cardiac disease processes that occur in the pediatric population.  What’s black and white and read all over??? OK, yes the newspaper, but ECGs are too....don’t steal my punch lines.....

 

ECG 1

ECG 2

ECG 3

ECG 4

 

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Podcast 14 - Pediatric ECG Reading Part 2

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Reader Comments (2)

Hi,
the table of normal EKG values, contains a few * and † next to the column titles . What do these relate to.

Thanks

March 20, 2013 | Unregistered Commentermohammed

Could you send me a picture or tell me where....I don't see them on the table I uploaded.

March 26, 2013 | Registered CommenterDr. Andrew Sloas

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