What's New

iOS8 compatible and bug fixes

App Description

When minutes – seconds – count, don’t count on someone else. An over-read someone else can do later, hours later, just isn’t good enough for your patient – or for you. So make sure you can be the expert right then – make sure you can pick up on the subtleties of a rhythm, the intricacies of ECG findings.

This authoritative ACEP publication – now available in “modules” — has more than 175 ECGs and rhythm strips. In 18 visually heavy modules, it covers the fundamentals, rhythm disturbances, typical and atypical presentations, ACS mimics, pacemaker dysfunction, and much more.

Written by experts Amal Mattu, Jeffrey Tabas, Robert Barrish, and others, and published by ACEP – the emergency physician’s preferred provider of emergency medicine CME for almost 40 years.

iPad Screenshots

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App Changes

  • June 12, 2014 Initial release
  • October 23, 2014 New version 1.1

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