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  • ECG Made Simple is a comprehensive web-based ECG learning program that teaches the art and science of electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation. We try to address the needs of various groups of learners, from beginners to advanced. Over 700 ECG tracings are available for study in the “Practice” section and the Archives.
  • The ECG Made Simple tutorials provide an introduction to the basic principles of ECG interpretation. The topics include electrophysiology, lead systems, normal and abnormal ECG patterns and arrhythmias. Animations are frequently used to illustrate the sequence of normal and abnormal cardiac activation.
  • The “PRACTICE” section has a collection of over 500 ECG tracings of increasing levels of difficulty (5 levels), presented in the format of clinical cases. Each case contains a single ECG or a series of ECGs with clinical information and diagnostic statements that are illustrated and documented. An additional collection of interesting cases is in our “Archives”, which can be accessed in our “search” page.
  • The search mode can be used to view ECG cases from the "Practice" section and the “Archives”, by using the ECG’s ID or by searching for single or a combination of multiple diagnoses. Five levels of difficulty can be chosen.
  • The glossary provides a list of ECG statements with the corresponding diagnostic criteria. These can also be viewed in all ECG cases by pointing the mouse cursor at the "active" terms in the diagnosis.

ECG Made Simple Team

  
Dr. Luigi Casella  MD FRCPC FACC
St. Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto, Canada

Dr. Iqwal Mangat  MD FRCPC
St. Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto, Canada

Dr. Anas Nader  MBBS MScBMC
Imperial College London, United Kingdom

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