ECG 2011 - Pocket Brain (Expanded Version) - Ken Grauer

ECG 2011 - Pocket Brain (Expanded Version)

By Ken Grauer

  • Release Date: 2011-07-13
  • Genre: Medical
4 Score: 4 (From 19 Ratings)


Now in its 5th Edition - the ECG-2011 Pocket Brain has been expanded and greatly enhanced from its previous edition. Aimed for beginning, novice AND experienced interpreters (acclaimed by students, nurses, physician assistants, EMS personnel, residents, and clinicians in practice of all specialties).  Clear, concise format includes numerous memory aids that summarize and facilitate learning.  Practice Tracings with detailed, explained answers accompany each key concept.  User-friendly RAPID-Find Contents expedites retrieval of key information. Has been used by over 50,000 health care providers nationwide since the 1st edition came out in 1998. New topics covered in this brand new 5th edition include addition to acute MI discussion; more on ST-T wave abnormalities including normal variants; hypertrophy and infarction diagnosis when there is bundle branch block; basic arrhythmias, tachycardias, and AV block; Brugada syndrome, torsades de pointes, and much more. Ideal for individual use (on the ward or in the office) - and/or as a study aid for ECG workshops, classes, or more intense courses. NOTE - This i-Book edition is an EXPANDED (enhanced) version of the hard copy ECG-2011 Pocket Brain book.


  • ECG PB 2011

    By Drankurjain
    Dr. Grauer's ECG ibook is truly an excellent resource. It is very easy to navigate, and I love using it on my iPad. One purchase and you can download on your iPhone as well - thus it becomes a handy resource for ECG interpretation to refer to wherever you are. The ibook is an expanded version of Dr. Grauer's ECG-2011 Pocket Brain, and has lots of new material compared to his previous edition. I certainly give it a 5-star rating - Ankur Jain, MD
  • ECG 2011 - Pocket Brain

    By MedicSmurf
    This is a great resource for field paramedics, and EMT's across the world. The knowledge that you may need at the last second, available for having a mere IPhone, or I pod with you. Which you may already have in your pocket anyways. Come to think about it, this makes an IPhone a tax break. (may have to look into that one)