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  • ECG lippincott

    6 8.70%
  • ECG by goldberger

    8 11.59%
  • ECG by K.P. MISRA

    3 4.35%
  • The ECG in Practice by John R.Hampton

    3 4.35%
  • Rapid Interpretation of Ekg's: Dale Dubin

    20 28.99%
  • ECG MADE EASY by John R.Hampton

    25 36.23%
  • Other [Please mention it.]

    4 5.80%
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Thread: Which Book for ECG?

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    "Dubin pedophile" pops up quite a few sites talking about dale dubin and how people will not buy his books. I don't know whether it's true or just a rumour.

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    In Hong Kong, we use ECG made EASY and ECG in Practise. THe first is easy to read for a framework. And then you just gotta practise x 1000000.

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    Can Anyone Share With Me The Dubins Book? Pm Me Or Give Me The Link Thanx

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    ECG by Hampton can be rightly said as user friendly

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    Title: Only EKG Book You'll Ever Need, The, 5th Edition

    Authors: Thaler, Malcolm S.


    Great book !!!

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    there is a book called "the only ekg book you will need"try it

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    ECG made easy is the best for non-cardiologists

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    above of all these...

    'the only EKG book you will ever need'
    by Malcolm Thaler...

    **SPAM**

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    I used the only EKG book you'll ever need. Felt comfortable reading ECGs after reading it.

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    in my opinion, THE ECG MADE EASY is the best choice for students who need to understand the bases of the ECG for the 1st time.
    But however; a
    more detailed book is needed whenever you want to expand your knowledge, and here i recommend the other books of
    John R. Hampton series of the ECG i.e."ECG in practice & 150 ECG problems".

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