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Ecg Interpretation in Dogs and Cats

Synopsis
Introduces clinical electrocardiography and covers the following stages in the systematic production and interpretation of a useful, artefact-free ECG trace: 1) when the ECG trace is helpful; 2) how to get a diagnostic ECG trace; 3) how the ECG trace relates to the heart’s conducting system; 4) avoiding artefacts; 5) interpretation - normal ECG parameters; 6) interpretation - abnormal ECG traces.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. VHS. col. 55 min.
Year of production
1992
Availability
Sale; 1997 sale: £38.00 (+VAT +p&p)
Uses
Veterinarians, students, RCVS Certificate/Diploma candidates.
Subjects
Veterinary science
Keywords
cats; dogs; electrocardiograms

Credits

Writer
M A Cobb

Production Company

Name

Provet

Sponsor

Name

Hoechst Animal Health

Name

Holstar Instruments

Name

Silogic Designs

Distributor

Name

Royal Veterinary College, Unit for Veterinary Continuing Education

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