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What's a good EKG guide/book for a 4th medical student who's not clueless about ekg's but no expert either, starting internal medicine rotations?
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Dr. Ankush Bansal
Internal Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Dubin
Dubin's rapid interpretation of ekgs.

In brief: Dubin
Dubin's rapid interpretation of ekgs.
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Dr. Lee Peter Bee
I would use the book called, "The Only EKG Book You'll Ever Need" by Malcom S. Thaler. It is much more comprehensive and accurate, easier to read than Dubin. Although Dr. Dale Dubin is a fine EKG book writer as a plastic surgeon, I would not hesitant to say the Dr. Thaler's book is better for any medical student learning EKG.
Dr. Nima Yavari
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Great book
its called "the only EKG book you'll ever need.
" Don't have the author's name off hand but if you search the title you will find it. This book is far superior to the other books out there and very easy to read and comprehend.

In brief: Great book
its called "the only EKG book you'll ever need.
" Don't have the author's name off hand but if you search the title you will find it. This book is far superior to the other books out there and very easy to read and comprehend.
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Dr. Anita Prakash
Start with "Dubin's" classic ECG book: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/rapid-interpretation-of-ekgs-dale-dubin/1101426459?ean=9780912912066
Dr. Colin Kerr
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Learning EKGs
My favorite author and producer of teaching materials on this topic (as well as arrhythmias, acls, etc.
Is ken grauer. Check out his web site at: https://www.Kg-ekgpress.Com/ for a full list of resources. He has a nice pocket size handbook of basic ECG principles for the bedside.

In brief: Learning EKGs
My favorite author and producer of teaching materials on this topic (as well as arrhythmias, acls, etc.
Is ken grauer. Check out his web site at: https://www.Kg-ekgpress.Com/ for a full list of resources. He has a nice pocket size handbook of basic ECG principles for the bedside.
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