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* Everybody is invited to improve this course. To prevent abuse, you need to log in with a [[Special:Userlogin|user account]] (only name, e-mail address and password are necessary). Have a look at this [[sandbox|test page]] and if you want to try editing, click on 'edit'. You do not need a user account if you just want to read. For a full explanation on the editing possibilities look [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Editor here].
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* Everybody is invited to improve this course. To prevent abuse, you need to log in with a [[Special:Userlogin|user account]] (only name, e-mail address and password are necessary). Have a look at this [[sandbox|test page]] if you want to try editing, click on 'edit'. You do not need a user account if you just want to read. For a full explanation on the editing possibilities look [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Editor here].
 
* [[Special:Emailuser/Vdbilt|Mail]] or fax (number +31- 84-755 0017) an interesting ECG and it will be added after removal of any remaining patient information.
 
* [[Special:Emailuser/Vdbilt|Mail]] or fax (number +31- 84-755 0017) an interesting ECG and it will be added after removal of any remaining patient information.
 
* Please send an [[Special:Emailuser/Vdbilt|e-mail]] if you have any suggestions, or if you want to help in a more fundamental way.
 
* Please send an [[Special:Emailuser/Vdbilt|e-mail]] if you have any suggestions, or if you want to help in a more fundamental way.

Revision as of 11:47, 20 May 2007


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Some statements may be disputed, incorrect or biased.

This electrocardiology (ECG) course is designed for those who are new in ECGs. After this course you should be able to interprete ECGs in a systematic way.

This course was originally started in Dutch, but will be translated over the next months, so keep checking this site:


The ECG course

  • Basics: What is an ECG? How is it made?

The Normal ECG

  • 7+2 step plan to a complete interpretation of the normal ECG
  1. Rhythm
  2. Frequency
  3. Conduction (PQ,QRS,QT)
  4. Heart axis(translation in progress)
  5. P wave morphology(translation in progress)
  6. QRS morphology(translation in progress)
  7. ST morphology(translation in progress)
  1. compare the old and new ECG
  2. conclusion

The Abnormal ECG

Sample ECG

Welcome to ECGpedia.org

This course is freely accessible. It uses Wiki technology, which allows everybody to make changes to the text or upload new images. It also means that there is no guarantee that all information is correct at every moment in time. Still we do our best to keep up the quality of this site.

Help us!

  • Everybody is invited to improve this course. To prevent abuse, you need to log in with a user account (only name, e-mail address and password are necessary). Have a look at this test page if you want to try editing, click on 'edit'. You do not need a user account if you just want to read. For a full explanation on the editing possibilities look here.
  • Mail or fax (number +31- 84-755 0017) an interesting ECG and it will be added after removal of any remaining patient information.
  • Please send an e-mail if you have any suggestions, or if you want to help in a more fundamental way.

The ECGpedia.org team

ECGpedia.org is part of Cardionetworks

  • Jonas S.S.G. de Jong MD, cardiology resident, editor
  • Ivo A.C. van der Bilt MD, cardiology resident, editor
  • Tymen Keller MD, PhD, cardiology resident, editor
  • Rob Kreuger, medical illustrator, made most of the drawings
  • Bart Duineveld, medical student, helps with technique and lay-out

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