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Revision as of 07:08, 26 October 2011

Welcome to ECGpedia,
a free electrocardiography (ECG) tutorial and textbook to which anyone can contribute ,
designed for medical professionals such as cardiac care nurses and physicians.
ECGpedia has received more than 1.250.000 visits from 222 countries.

The ECG Course

The ECG Made Easy Tutorial

The systematic approach to ECG interpretation


The 7+2 step plan:

  1. Rhythm
  2. Rate
  3. Conduction (PQ,QRS,QT)
  4. Heart Axis
  5. P Wave Morphology
  6. QRS Morphology
  7. ST Morphology


  1. Compare with previous ECG
  2. Conclusion

Reference Card

Teaching Files

The ECG Textbook


Cases and Examples


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