EKG Interpretation Explained Clearly! How to Read an ECG

EKG / ECG Interpretation Explained Clearly

Learn the key skills to effectively and systematically read an electrocardiogram | taught by Roger Seheult, MD

Course curriculum

Section 1: Physiology, Leads, Waves, & The Nervous System
88:10
Video 1: Intro to This Course & Review of The Heart (free trial) FREE
Video 1 Quiz (free trial) FREE
Video 2: Physiology of the Heart
Video 2 Quiz
Video 3: EKG Leads and Vectors
Video 3 Quiz
Video 4: Leads and EKG Paper
Video 4 Quiz
Video 5: The EKG Tracing
Video 5 Quiz
Video 6: EKG Waves, Complexes, and Intervals (P, QRS, T, etc.)
Video 6 Quiz
Video 7: The Autonomic Nervous System and The Heart
Video 7 Quiz
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Section 2: Rate, Rhythm, Premature Beats, and Pauses
80:08
Video 8: Rate and Automaticity
Video 8 Quiz
Video 9: The R to R Interval and Rate Practice
Video 9 Quiz
Video 10: Rhythm & Arrhythmias
Video 10 Quiz
Video 11: Wandering Atrial Pacemaker & M.A.T.
Video 11 Quiz
Video 12: Escape Rhythms
Video 12 Quiz
Video 13: Premature Beats and Pauses
Video 13 Quiz
Video 14: Premature Beats Continued, Bigeminy, and Trigeminy
Video 14 Quiz
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Section 3: Tachyarrhythmias, Flutter, & Fibrillation
64:40
Video 15: Tacyarrhythmias
Video 15 Quiz
Video 16: Ventricular Tachycardia
Video 16 Quiz
Video 17: Torsades de Pointes
Video 17 Quiz
Video 18: Atrial & Ventricular Flutter
Video 18 Quiz
Video 19: Fibrillation
Video 19 Quiz
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Section 4: Blocks
48:25
Video 20: Heart Blocks (free trial) FREE
Video 20 Quiz
Video 21: Blocks and Escape Rhythms
Video 21 Quiz
Video 22: Bundle Branch Blocks
Video 22 Quiz
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Section 5: Axis, Precordial Leads, & Hypertrophy
54:30
Video 23: Axis
Video 23 Quiz
Video 24: Precordial Leads
Video 24 Quiz
Video 25: Hypertrophy and Atrial Enlargement
Video 26: EKG Examples of RAE, LAE, & LVH
Video 25 & 26 Quiz
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Section 6: Infarction, Hemiblocks, Fascicular Blocks, & External Influences
68:47
Video 27: Infarction
Video 27 Quiz
Video 28: ST Segment Changes, Brugada, & Pericarditis
Video 28 Quiz
Video 29: Q Waves & Posterior Infarction
Video 29 Quiz
Video 30: Hemiblocks and Fascicular Blocks
Video 30 Quiz
Video 31: Left Posterior Hemiblock
Video 31 Quiz
Video 32: COPD, PE, Hyperkalemia, Digoxin and the EKG
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Section 7: EKG Interpretation "System" & Practice EKGs
81:04
Video 33: How to Systematically Read an EKG
Video 34: Practice EKG 1 (A Normal EKG)
Video 35: Practice EKG 2
Video 36: Practice EKG 3
Video 37: Practice EKG 4
Video 38: Practice EKG 5
Video 39: Practice EKG 6
Video 40: Practice EKG 7
Video 41: Practice EKG 8
Video 42: Practice EKG 9
Video 43: Practice EKG 10 (free trial) FREE
Video 44: Practice EKG 11
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Course description

Confidently interpret EKG / ECGs in a systematic way.

Dr. Seheult is trusted by Universities, students, and medical professionals, for his ability to illustrate key concepts with just enough detail so they are understood, not memorized... You won't become overburdened with too much information too quickly.

You’ll understand the electrical activity represented on EKG paper that allows the heart to beat and cycle blood through our bodies. You'll learn cues to notice abnormal findings in a systematic way.

Dr. Seheult will be your step by step mentor: reinforcing key cardiac physiology, explaining abnormal findings and how they develop in the first place, the appearance of a normal EKG, and a clinical perspective of electrocardiogram nuances, scenarios, and rare findings.

Quiz questions after each video reinforce essential concepts, and the course concludes with nine practice EKGs that Dr. Seheult systematically interprets.

Purchase of this course includes 1 year of access, so you can review or repeat videos as needed (all MedCram courses are mobile/tablet friendly).

Accreditation

- Roger Seheult M.D. is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP16824.  This course is approved for 10 CE contact hours. For detailed course objectives and accreditation information, please click here

- We are in the process of obtaining category 1 CME accreditation for this course.

Special thanks to James A. Mathey PA-C, who has over 10 years of experience in cardiology and electrophysiology, for his thorough review of this course.

Reviews for EKG / ECG Interpretation Explained Clearly (15)

by tennyson nadah
Excellent
by donna cross
This course is very detailed and explained clearly. Love love it!!
by Rebecca gloria
See all 15 reviews
by tennyson nadah
Excellent
by donna cross
This course is very detailed and explained clearly. Love love it!!
by Rebecca gloria
by Daniel Gavelin
by George Valdez, MD
I've been in practice 15 years, preparing for my board recertification. In the past I prepared by re-memorizing the rhythms and 'key' ekg findings. I have never truly understood so clearly, the reasoning behind every part of the EKG, and felt so comfortable and strong in approaching every line and why it all happens. Really amazing, well done. When you're done, you will feel you made a good investment. Completely worth it.
by Tracy Hamill
Clear, concise explanation for reading EKGs.
by Sukwoo Lee, NP
by Jahangirkhan Pathan, MD
Great, efficient explanations. Awesome videos as usual, always excited for your next interesting videos. Thanks so much for teaching these courses.
by Michael Rahman, MD
Well done at a very good workable pace
by Sara Carnes Costello, NP
Content and clarity of the material is excellent. I appreciate the energy expended to create this presentation.
by Dr. Asad Agwan
Just incredible
by Omar Gabriel, NP
Very helpful, provides all the essential details. Thank you.
by Daniel Rydalch, RN
Outstanding! I have been looking forward to this course being released. I have viewed and attended many EKG courses and this is by far the best! Dr. Seheult is always concise, logical and very clear with his teaching. A very skilled instructor. I hope to watch this many times for review. Thank You!!!
by Dr. Kiran Sandhu
Well organized course, though I thought some things were not mentioned on the first practice ECG (ie ST segment elevation I thought I noted). Overall, it was thorough, organized, and well-taught.
by Dr. Carlos Neyra

Instructor

Roger Seheult, MD
Roger Seheult, MD

- Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

- Over 20 years teaching experience including: as an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.

- Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.

Click here for full bio

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Confidently interpret EKG / ECGs in a systematic way.

Dr. Seheult is trusted by Universities, students, and medical professionals, for his ability to illustrate key concepts with just enough detail so they are understood, not memorized... You won't become overburdened with too much information too quickly.

You’ll understand the electrical activity represented on EKG paper that allows the heart to beat and cycle blood through our bodies. You'll learn cues to notice abnormal findings in a systematic way.

Dr. Seheult will be your step by step mentor: reinforcing key cardiac physiology, explaining abnormal findings and how they develop in the first place, the appearance of a normal EKG, and a clinical perspective of electrocardiogram nuances, scenarios, and rare findings.

Quiz questions after each video reinforce essential concepts, and the course concludes with nine practice EKGs that Dr. Seheult systematically interprets.

Purchase of this course includes 1 year of access, so you can review or repeat videos as needed (all MedCram courses are mobile/tablet friendly).

Accreditation

- Roger Seheult M.D. is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP16824.  This course is approved for 10 CE contact hours. For detailed course objectives and accreditation information, please click here

- We are in the process of obtaining category 1 CME accreditation for this course.

Special thanks to James A. Mathey PA-C, who has over 10 years of experience in cardiology and electrophysiology, for his thorough review of this course.

Reviews for EKG / ECG Interpretation Explained Clearly (15)

by tennyson nadah
Excellent
by donna cross
This course is very detailed and explained clearly. Love love it!!
by Rebecca gloria
See all 15 reviews
by tennyson nadah
Excellent
by donna cross
This course is very detailed and explained clearly. Love love it!!
by Rebecca gloria
by Daniel Gavelin
by George Valdez, MD
I've been in practice 15 years, preparing for my board recertification. In the past I prepared by re-memorizing the rhythms and 'key' ekg findings. I have never truly understood so clearly, the reasoning behind every part of the EKG, and felt so comfortable and strong in approaching every line and why it all happens. Really amazing, well done. When you're done, you will feel you made a good investment. Completely worth it.
by Tracy Hamill
Clear, concise explanation for reading EKGs.
by Sukwoo Lee, NP
by Jahangirkhan Pathan, MD
Great, efficient explanations. Awesome videos as usual, always excited for your next interesting videos. Thanks so much for teaching these courses.
by Michael Rahman, MD
Well done at a very good workable pace
by Sara Carnes Costello, NP
Content and clarity of the material is excellent. I appreciate the energy expended to create this presentation.
by Dr. Asad Agwan
Just incredible
by Omar Gabriel, NP
Very helpful, provides all the essential details. Thank you.
by Daniel Rydalch, RN
Outstanding! I have been looking forward to this course being released. I have viewed and attended many EKG courses and this is by far the best! Dr. Seheult is always concise, logical and very clear with his teaching. A very skilled instructor. I hope to watch this many times for review. Thank You!!!
by Dr. Kiran Sandhu
Well organized course, though I thought some things were not mentioned on the first practice ECG (ie ST segment elevation I thought I noted). Overall, it was thorough, organized, and well-taught.
by Dr. Carlos Neyra

Instructor

Roger Seheult, MD
Roger Seheult, MD

- Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

- Over 20 years teaching experience including: as an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.

- Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.

Click here for full bio

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