The most comprehensive ECG app in the iPhone App Store - over 200 examples of common and uncommon ECGs
iPad version? bit.ly/ECGiPad or search iTunes "ECG Guide iPad"
Praise for the ECG Guide:
"The best ECG app currently available."
"Core Medical App."
- Georgetown Medical School.
“This brand-new gem features concise explanations with ample high-quality ECG examples...”
- American College of Emergency Physicians
“...a 5 star application”
- User review
“...a must have application for doctors, residents and medical students.”
- User review
Succinct yet authoritative, this ECG reference is a critical companion for practicing physicians, medical trainees, nurses and paramedics. It is designed as a learning tool for those still training as well as a reliable reference for more experienced interpreters of ECGs.
- Full reference text that includes in-depth information on topics such as:
- Approach to ECG Interpretation
- Analysis of rate, rhythm, axis, P wave, QRS complex, ST segment, T wave and QT interval
- Ventricular hypertrophy and atrial enlargement
- Assessment of ischemia
- Approach to arrhythmia
- Bradyarrythmias and tachyarrythmias, Heart block, and much more…
(content based on national guidelines 2009 AHA/ACCF/HRS Recommendations for the standardization and interpretation of the electrocardiogram)
- The largest ECG library available on the iPhone with over 200 high resolution sample ECGs with common and complex findings for easy reference
- ECG Interpreter - Stepwise assistance with ECG interpretation. Helps create differential diagnosis based on simple to assess ECG features.
- Over 100 multiple-choice quiz questions to test your knowledge
- Rapid Reference section - one tap takes you to 11 summary pages used to confidently interpret ECGs
- Clear descriptions of both common and complex arrhythmias and ECG findings
- Review etiology and differential diagnosis of common and complex arrhythmias and ECG findings
- Pediatric values included
Compiled and written by Jason Andrade, MD, FRCPC.
- UI updates to new QxMD branding
- update to improve layout on iPhone X devices
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I’m an acute care NP working in a cardiology practice for twenty years. ECG interpretation is something I do multiple times each day. I like to have reference resources and I think I’ve tried most all of those available from the App Store. ECG Guide remains my go to for its accuracy and clarity.
As a Physician Assistant I find it offensive PA is not one of the professional options listed when signing up for the app. I interpret EKG’s daily... I really wanted to try this app, but instead will be deleting it.
I found this app to be very useful whenever I come across a rhythm that I'm having some trouble interpreting. I'm an ER nurse and this has become a valuable tool for me. I highly recommend this app to those who work on the floor or in the field as a quick reference but of course people have to understand that interpreting an EKG rhythm strip is based on certain criterias; rate, regularity, length of PRI, QRS, etc. You don't just look at how the waves look like to categorize a rhythm. Even seasoned nurses make that mistake. Doctors too. You can show a rhythm strip to a bunch of docs and nurses and don't be surprised if each one of them has a different interpretation from each other. It takes a lot of practice to be able to identify rhythms. Like I said, it's good to have this app handy as a reference especially when you feel like you need to back up your interpretation of an EKG strip.
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- 26.8 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.