Learning to interpret ECGs is not easy – but there’s a world of help out there.
Authors: Bennett J, Rhee D, Wagh A, Pusic M, Tse AB.
Being able to efficiently and accurately read an ECG is an important yet very difficult skill to learn. Online resources can help you improve your abilities at any learner level; however, navigating the multitude of resources can be overwhelming. Our goal is to describe high yield online resources, point you towards robust educational social media, and introduce you to a new NYU-developed database of ECGs with over 80,000 ECGs for learners to practice, learn, and develop their ECG interpretation skills. Click here to view a table summary of the free ECG resources on the web today!
Online resources come in several formats.
There are four main types of resources: