Inferior ST Elevation | Case Studies X2

This week I wanted to do a STEMI episode. But there is so much out there and admittedly better than I can do in a short 5-10 minute session. So here is a nice video about six minutes in length by HqMedEd.com that goes over two EKG case studies and how they relate to inferior ST elevation.


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Electrical Path Of Heart and ECG Complex

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This is a nice quick video and shows the electrical path of the heart and how it relates to what you see on the EKG paper or monitor. While the music is a bit much, I think its a  cool take on it.

I suggest making it full screen for a better view and watch it once or twice to see how they correlated the images.

I have another EKG training resource you can check out that covers all this in detail and goes over everything from normal sinus rhythm to complete heart blocks. I think its  one of the best resources to master EKG readings and prepare you for more advanced stuff like 12 leads. Click here to check out this EKG resource now.

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EMS EKG Help | PVC’s

This Monday Minutes gives a short EMS EKG help overview on premature ventricular contractions.


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Preventing Artifact On Your EKG’s

Reading EKG’s is skill that is hard enough in a nice still cardiology office. But it can be even harder in the back of a moving ambulance. This Microwave Medic installment gives some EMS based advice on preventing artifact in your EKG’s. [Read more…]

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