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ECG Test - Challenge Your Interpreting Skills

Test and improve your ECG interpreting skills with 1000+ samples in static images, and real-time monitor

Test and improve your ECG interpreting skills with 1000+ samples in static images, and real-time monitor

ECG Test - Challenge Your Interpreting Skills

by WMS, Inc
ECG Test - Challenge Your Interpreting Skills
ECG Test - Challenge Your Interpreting Skills
ECG Test - Challenge Your Interpreting Skills

What is it about?

Test and improve your ECG interpreting skills with 1000+ samples in static images, and real-time monitor.

ECG Test - Challenge Your Interpreting Skills

App Details

Version
1.9
Rating
(301)
Size
19Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
September 12, 2016
Release date
March 12, 2014
More info

ECG Test is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $14.99

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App Store Description

Test and improve your ECG interpreting skills with 1000+ samples in static images, and real-time monitor.

[What users say about us]

"Using this as a study guide for my paramedic. It's a good way to look at the whole picture and put your interpretation skills to the test."
"This collection of ECGs designed as realtime display is an essential app for every medical practitioner."
"This app is great for anyone learning how to read an EKG"
"Professional ecg app with nice monitor display"
"Awesome app!!! Worth the download and perfect for studying!"

The app is very challenging because it uses REAL patients' ECG recordings, and many of them are complicated with multiple diseases involved. The test need you to pick all interpretations, to get a 3-star rate. Wrong picks will buzz your iPhone / iPad and give you a minus score.

[Note]
1) All cases are stored in raw data (sample rate is 500 points per second), not static images, so you can look into very detailed waves in pixels
2) You should already have basic knowledge of ECG interpretation, and you use the cases to build a solid cardiology foundation

[Findings Covered]
Atrial Flutter
Atrial Fibrillation
Ventricular Fibrillation
Escape Beat
PAC (Premature Atrial Contruction)
PAC Bigeminy
PAC Trigeminy
PVC (Premature Ventricular Contruction)
PVC Bigeminy
PVC Trigeminy
Supraventricular Tachycardia
Ventricular Tachycardia
Ventricular Escape Rhythm
Ventricular Rhythm
QT Prolongation
Short QT
High T
ST Elevation
S1,S2,S3 Pattern
High Voltage
Positive T in V1
Ventricular Hypertrophy
LVH
Left / Right Atrial Enlargement
Left Ventricular Hypertrophy
Left Atrial Overload
Short PR Interval
WPW Syndrome
Suspect WPW Syndrome
AV Block I (Wenckebach / Mobitz)
2:1 AV Block
Complete AV Block
Artificial Pacemaker Rhythm(A / V / D)
RSR' Pattern
IRBBB (Incomplete Right Bundle Branch Block)
IVCD (Intraventricular Conduction Block)
CRBBB (Complete Right Bundle Branch Block)
CLBBB (Complete Left Bundle Branch Block)
ICLBBB (Incomplete Left Bundle Branch Block)
LAH (Left Anterior Hemi Block)
LPH (Left Posterior Hemi Block)
BBBB (Bifascicular Bundle Block)
TBBB (Trifascicular Bundle Block)
Flat T
Negative T
ST-T Abnormality
Premature repolarization Syndrome
Poor R Progression
Abnormal Q wave
Subendcardial Infarction
Possible Anterior Infarction
Anterior Infarction
Anteroseptal Infarction
Possible Lateral Infarction
Lateral Infarction
Inferior Infarction
Possible High-Post Infarction
Sinus Rhythm
Coronary Sinus Rhythm
AV Junctional Rhythm
AV Dissociation
Marked Sinus Bradycardia
Sinus Bradycardia
Sinus Tachycardia
Tachycardia
Bradycardia
Extreme Tachycardia
Extreme Bradycardia
Sinus Arrhythmia