There are thousands of ECG resources out there. These are the ones that we have found most useful. Start at the top and work your way down! The perfect compliment to our ECG Library.
|The ECG Made Easy by John R. Hampton
The classic introductory text to ECG interpretation!
|The ECG in Practice by John R. Hampton
A great basic ECG text covering all the essentials.
|150 ECG Problems by John R. Hampton
Test your knowledge with 150 assorted ECGs of varying difficulty.
|ECGs for the Emergency Physician by Amal Mattu and William BradyThe best ECG book ever published! (except for maybe Part II…) Contains 200 advanced ECG problems covering a wide range of Emergency Department topics, all backed up by great explanations and pearls of wisdom.||ECGs for the Emergency Physician 2 by Amal Mattu and William BradyAnother must-have book by the masters of Emergency ECG interpretation. Another 200 advanced ECG problems to test your mettle.|
|ECG in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care by T Chan, W Brady, R Harrigan, J Ornato, P RosenThis is the recommended text for the FACEM and contains a huge amount of information on Emergency ECG interpretation presented in a logical and clinically relevant fashion.||Advanced ECG: Boards and Beyond by Brendan P. PhibbsThis is a more advanced text for those of you wishing to take your ECG interpretation to the next level.|
|Chou’s Electrocardiography in Clinical Practice (sixth edition) by Borys Surawicz and Timothy KnilansThe bible of ECG interpretation.Dip into this weighty tome and you will find that it contains the answers to most questions you might have about the humble ECG.Not one to read from cover to cover though! (unless you are training to be an electrophysiologist)||Marriott’s Practical Electrocardiography (eleventh edition) by Galen S. WagnerAnother comprehensive reference text on ECG interpretation.|
- ECG BASICS — Waves, Intervals, Segments and Clinical Interpretation
- ECG A to Z by diagnosis —Alphabetical diagnostic approach to the ECG
- ECG CLINICAL CASES — Your favourite ECG’s placed in clinical context with a challenging Q&A approach
- LITFL ECG IMAGE Database — Searchable database of LITFL ECG’s
- Global Medical Education Project ECG collection
- ECG and Cardiology Eponymous Syndromes — Cheats guide to eponymous emancipation
- ECG Academy — The free videos from Dr Nick Tullo ECGAcademy.com
- The Art of infarct localisation
- ECG Exam Template — a framework for the FACEM part 2 exam.