A new ECG will be provided at the beginning of each month and can be answered at any time. Each ECG will be accompanied by a multiple choice question followed by provision of the answer for the ECG findings. These ECGs will contain a variety of structural and rhythm abnormalities for you to identify.
We hope that you find this a helpful exercise to practice and improve upon your ECG interpretation skills!
Creators: Carolina Escudero, MD (University of Alberta)
ECGs contributed by: Carolina Escudero and Eric Silver, MD (Columbia University), Kara Motonaga, MD (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford University)