This interactive self-study guide is designed for medical students, physician assistant students, and nurses in acute and clinical care settings to master the 12-Lead EKG. The app begins with a basic introduction to the 12-Lead EKG and common clinical arrhythmias. This is followed by 50 clinical cases broken down by clinical rotation. Each EKG is analyzed in the clinical context appropriate to that hospital area. The student learns to not just to recognize sinus tachycardia, but to understand its clinical significance in relation to the clinical circumstances. The questions are those asked by the author on daily teaching rounds over 20 years. KEY FEATURES: Easy-to-navigate app consists of an EKG rhythm strip on the screen for each of the 50+ cases with text and audio, followed by questions requiring interpretation and analysis Progresses from simple to complex readings to foster EKG-reading confidence Supports development of clinical reasoning skills through clinical problem solving and diagnostic theories for each type of rhythm Simulates real-world EKG interpretations and highlights important EKG features Provides a self-assessment quiz with answers and rationales for immediate reinforcement Keyword index provides quick access to specific cases. Written by leading medical educators.About the AuthorsAnthony J. Chiaramida, MD, FACC is Director of the Division of Cardiology at the Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy, NJ and, until recently, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the Univ of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ.Jacqueline M. Green, MS, RN, APN, has over 20 years experience in cardiac and critical care nursing. She is currently the Supervising Advanced Practice Nurse in the Division of Cardiology, Pediatric Cardiology and Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick NJ.