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Learn to Read Your ECG: My Brief Overview or a Training Course

When I developed Atrial Fibrillation, one of my first courses of study was to learn how to read my own Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG). If this interests you, too, consider my brief overview of the ECG waveform signal and how to “read” an ECG tracing. Go to my report, Understanding the EKG Signal.

FREE ECG Training Course

For the reader wanting a more extensive understanding of the Electrocardiogram and A-Fib, we offer you a link to – a FREE online cardiology resource for those seeking to increase their knowledge of ECG tracings.

Start with ECG Basics: I suggest you start with the ECG Basics to analyze each part of the ECG tracing; included are detailed explanations and ECG images of the heart in A-Fib. The tutorial is concise and focused on only what you need to know, yet very thorough — from waves to segments to complexes. Go to ECG Basics.

VIDEO: Graphic Display of Actual Heart in Atrial Fibrillation

Click to go to video

See an ECG waveform of an actual heart in Atrial Fibrillation–how it could look to your doctor. Your ECG may look different, but it will be fast and erratic. (You’ll see the changing heartbeat rate in the lower left.)

Go to video: ECG of Heart in Atrial Fibrillation on Monitor.


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