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Advancing the skill of ECG Interpretation by providing current ECG research, making it a little less scary and little more fun.

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Dec 4, 2019

On this episode Dave is joined by Dr. Jerry W. Jones, MD FACEP FAAEM. Dr. Jones is the CEO and Founder of Medicus of Houston. He is a Board-certified emergency physician, author, speaker, instructor and and internationally-recognized expert in electrocardiography.

Dr. Jones is a diplomate of the American Board of...

Nov 6, 2019

On this episode Dave talks about Millimetres, does size really matter? For years we based our ECG diagnosis of myocardial infarction using a very specific set of millimetre criteria. Times have changed and ECG interpretation is changing too!

Also In This Episode

  • Dr. Steven Smith's thoughts on the millimetre measurement...

Oct 2, 2019

On this episode Dave talks about how the QT interval is a big deal and how we should be looking at it each time we perform an ECG.

QT Interval - The time from the beginning of the Q wave to the end of the T wave.

Also In This Episode

  • Please start looking at the QTc as part of your regular ECG interpretation
  • Torsades de...

Sep 4, 2019

On this episode Dave talks about 1st, 2nd and his all time favorite 3rd Degree AV Blocks,  as well as Cannon A Waves and the importance of morphology when determining which type of block your patient may be experiencing.

Also In This Episode

  • PR Interval, QRS Complex & QT Interval
  • AV Blocks
  • 1st Degree Block - It's not...

Aug 7, 2019

On this episode Dave talks about how we have hit a wall when it comes to ECG interpretation and how we need to break through that wall by focusing on Morphology. 

Also In This Episode

  • The Lateral Wall MI, which is notorious for producing really subtle changes but still associated with really bad things on the ECG....