Rapid Interpretation of EKG’s has ratings and 59 reviews. Bram said: Given Dubin’s child porn infractions, I feel a bit uncomfortable enjoying his. VER Inc. Personal Quick Reference Sheets from: Rapid Interpretation of EKG’s by Dale Dubin, MD. COVER Publishing Co., P.O. Box , Tampa, FL Home · Documents; Dale-Dubin-Interpretarea-Rapida-a-EKG-Ului. pdf . Dubin Dale Electrocardiografia Practica 3 EdTechnology.
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Return to Book Page. The reader’s rapid assimilation of medical concepts is the key to the continuing success of this best-selling book.
A caption explains the concept illustrated on each page, and a few simple sentences reinforce the concept with interactive programmed learning, which links to the following page. Dr Dubin’s light and entertaining style, known world-wide, makes elsctrocardiografia enjo The reader’s rapid assimilation of medical concepts is the key to the continuing success of this best-selling book.
Dr Dubin’s light and entertaining style, known world-wide, makes learning enjoyable. Practice twelve-lead tracings at the end establish self-confidence, and summarised reference sheets with examples designed to be copied provide an excellent review.
Paperback6th editionpages. Published November 1st by Cover Publishing Company first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Sep 15, Bram rated it it was amazing Shelves: Given Dubin’s child porn infractions, I feel a bit uncomfortable enjoying his book so much.
View all 4 comments. Aug 14, Courtney bookplaces rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read this book cover to cover and can officially say it is my favorite EKG resource! I highly recommend this for anyone who takes, looks at, or uses EKGs.
Feb 23, Morena rated it it was amazing. Oct 19, Brooklyn JoJo added it. Wish me luck on my test tomorrow! View all 7 comments.
May 27, Ryan Ahmed rated it did not like it. Jan 18, Rishi rated it really liked it Shelves: Should I be putting a textbook in this list? What I can say, however, is that I’ve spent the last few days flying through this book, which somehow manages to resemble a children’s colouring book and still cover everything you could possibly need to know about ECGs as a medical student.
Recommended as a gentle introduction or re-introduction in my case to ECGs. Jul 19, Elias rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This EKG book has enough conceptual scaffolding built in that I’m pretty sure someone with only a basic understanding of the heart could learn how to read an EKG.
Also the paper quality is crazy heavy. Every page is full-color glossy, almost magazine-cover thickness. Jul 24, Emily rated it it was amazing. This was a simple yet very helpful instructional guide to reading and understanding EKGs. I’d definitely recommend this to medical students or other health professionals who need a guide that takes them through the basics and a little bit beyond. Jul 25, Britta rated it it was amazing. This book is, so far, amazingly easy to understand. Reading EKG strips has confounded me until I picked up this book.
What can I say, it is an amazing book. Makes you understand EKG like no other! View all 3 comments. Feb 10, McQueen rated it really liked it. This made understanding EKG’s seem easy. I hope I can remember what I learned.
Aug 03, Burak Oymak rated it it was amazing. Aug 27, Anna Marie rated it it was amazing. Just read this for fun, and ended up learning much more detail than what I’ve been taught in classes. It’s an easy read, and the material is brilliantly explained. The author teaches EKG interpretation and helps the reader understand the bigger picture, by explaining the electrical and physiological processes that cause different EKG readings.
Aug 05, Paul Rockswold rated it it was amazing. Clearly written, covering principals concisely. Good for the neophyte and good review for those who have been around a while. I found this book to be very helpful for learning EKGs alongside my medical school curriculum. Aug 15, Ben rated it it was amazing. He starts at the basic physiology and from there breaks down EKGs.
Great to read during a medicine rotation. Mar 26, Ebster Davis rated it it was amazing. I’ve been reading this book off and on for several years and I just finished it. It’s kind of a text book that’s formatted as an activity book. Its a lot of fun to read through because it guides you through the thought processes involved in learning the material: It makes you examine, it talks you through what the material means, then you get to play fill-in-the-blank to reinforce your understandings.
Having information cut up into little sections like that; se I’ve been reading this book off and on for several years and I just finished it. Having information cut up into little sections like that; sections that build on each other until you understand some larger concept, was really helpful to me. I’ve heard some people say this book is dumb, either because they don’t like the author or because they feel insulted that they have to look at pictures and play fill in the blank.
I don’t care about the author, and I wasn’t insulted by the format. I thought it was a lot of fun!
And I could swear I felt my brain open up some new neural pathways. Independent study to work towards my goal of becoming an ICU nurse. Organizes arrhythmias not by location of origin, but by type of disturbance. For example, this book puts all tachycardias in one chapter, regardless of where they are occurring in the heart instead of looking at all arrhythmias originating in the atria. I have yet to discover an advantage of one organizational scheme over another, but can say that reading one of each layout has been a boost to comprehension of the topic.
With Dubin, you are not just getting a book, you get a tutor too. He has woven repetition and humor into the book then reinforces basic concepts at appropriate times when relevant to more advanced topics. Have a feeling I’ll be revisiting this book for years to come. Nov 05, Earl Pike rated it it was amazing. Excellent book for exactly what the title describes. Its unique setup with fill in the blanks and spaced out statements makes reading this book both interactive and less arduous. Further, every concept is represented with terrific illustrations that are very easy to comprehend.
This book is great for the casual learner who is interested in how ecg’s work all the way up to paramedics and nurses.
May 19, Alyssa rated it really liked it. This definitely helped me understand how electrocwrdiografia read EKG’s better. As just a matter of personal preference, I did not like the author’s “voice” throughout the text. But at least I understand reading EKG’s better. Oct 13, Travis rated it liked it Shelves: I do like the user friendly nature of this book.
But, despite starting it on 4 separate and enthusiasm filled attempts, I have never finished it. Maybe only the first half is user friendly, and then it grinds me into the ground. Someday I’ll finish it. But first I must summon the electrocardiogeafia to try a 5th time. As some other reviewers have said, the author of this book is rather It assumes you know absolutely nothing and talks to you like you’re a child, but to be honest that is what I needed to get this all through my head.
It’s really short so you’ll fly through dubon. Jul 01, Indrany rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Read this for my job as a medical assistant in a cardiology office.
It takes some getting used to it’s interactive and the author’s voice is a little silly at times, but that keeps it casual. Very easy to understand and quick to read.