I've read Dubin's, now what???

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  1. muscles

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    Preparing for residency...I wanted to review EKG's before hand; I read dubin back in second year and have reread it again just to tie up loose ends that I've forgotten over the past two years. Anybody have any other recommendations for a good EKG review?
     
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    Garcia's the art of 12-lead interpretation. Then make your way through Pure 12 lead practice or a similar book.
     
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    I have the same question, I'm taking 3 weeks of Cardiology rehab where I'll get some EKG experience but I was hoping to go through a workbook or textbook as well.
     
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    The best workbook is by O'Keefe. It is the primary ECG textbook that cardiology fellows use to study for the cardiology boards.
     

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