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Resource Center

Additional Tools for use....

          This section contains links to different resources that EP practitioners may find useful. This section is meant to be expanded as information becomes available. If you are aware of information that is not posted here and you would like to share it with others, please use the contact us tool on the left side of the page to tell us about it.

Surface ECG's & Rhythm Strips

          It all started with surface electrocardiograms and the ECG remains an integral part of cardiac electrophysiology. This section has recordings that we hope will provide everything from easy picks to those with a bit of a challenge.

Intracardiac Electrograms

          It is difficult to get far without the ability to interpret electrograms from inside the heart. Check here to see a variety of bipolar and unipolar recordings that will test your knowledge.

Medications and More

As a tech, the meds were always a challenge for me. I have tried to keep up with current medication utilization and include that information here. I have also tried to add in a few odds and ends in this section that didn't seem to fit anywhere else.

Advanced Cases

OK, you think you've got it down do you?  Well, here is your chance to prove it. Enter here all who believe that they are good at EP.....Check your ego at the door.

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