Author(s): Gail Walraven
For all courses in basic or introductory cardiography
Focused coverage and realistic hands-on practice help students master basic arrhythmias
Basic Arrhythmias, Eighth Edition, gives beginning students a strong basic understanding of the common, uncomplicated rhythms that are a foundation for further learning and success in electrocardiography. Concepts are presented in a flexible, progressive approach to allow for self-paced or classroom learning. Chapters cover basic electrophysiology, waves and measurements, rhythm analysis, and the five major groups of arrhythmias. Basic Arrhythmias includes appendices on Clinical Implications, Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology, 12-Lead Electrocardiography, Basic 12-Lead Interpretation, and Pathophysiology of Arrhythmias. Practice with over 680 EKG rhythm strips that are included in most chapters to give students extensive, realistic hands-on practice-the single most important element in developing arrhythmia interpretation skills.
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The Rhythm Randomizer is an interactive learning tool that systematically walks students through the process of analyzing and interpreting arrhythmias. Students are guided each step of the way to determine Regularity, Rate, PWaves, PRI, QRS and then their interpretation. Instructors can assign predeveloped homework exercises or create their own by selecting specific strips or randomly based on the parameters they set. Student scores automatically feed to the gradebook in addition to detailed metrics including class reports and student reports.
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