ECGs for Beginners 12th edition pdf
This ECGs for Beginners 12th edition, of Prof. Antoni Bayés de Luna’s classic book on clinical electrocardiography,
is especially important ‘for beginners’ and reinforces the clinical utility of the surface electrocardiogram. It is quite evident that ECG patterns cannot be memorized without a clear clinical understanding of the subject. This is different from other textbooks on electrocardiography.
While this ECGs for Beginners 12th edition book has already become classic ECG reading material around the world, this new edition stands out because of its particularly large quantity of figures, more than in previous editions,
and because of the importance placed on the correlation between ECG findings and those obtained by cardio MRI. At the same time, the ECGs for Beginners 12th edition book contains new tables that summarize important
aspects and mistakes typically made when first learning ECG interpretation or when the latest electrocardiographic information has not been made available.
This ECGs for Beginners 12th edition book represents 40 years of meticulous, innovative, and even obsessive study by its author. Author are extremely proud to present this work and recommend it to all who wish to understand the complexity of ECG recordings. After so many years on the front line, Prof. A. Bayés de Luna continues to surprise us with new ideas and possible new explanations for difficult ECG tracings. He is a very gifted specialist in this field. His tenacity and discipline in writing this work on his own has allowed the text to be agile and flow easily from one
section to another. Like Braunwald or Hurst, Bayés de Luna is classic reading.
ECGs for Beginners 12th edition pdf content
The ECGs for Beginners 12th edition book is comprised of four parts and 18 chapters. The first part outlines the basic normal ECG; the second the typical morphologies in different pathologies; the third the ECG patterns of arrhythmias
and the fourth part deals with the important to use correctly the ECG in the clinical context of the patient. This is really the most important aim of modern clinical electrocardiography.