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  1. I have released a smartphone app designed to help read and interpret EKG's. The app can be useful for current students, new grads, and those with experience. The app requires the user to evaluate each component of the ekg, thereby minimizing missing important findings and also correlates abnormal findings to potential underlying disorders. The website is www.ekgddx.com. On iTunes, search "ekg ddx". On Google Play, "ekgddx". Thanks for considering.
  2. HI, I have a copy of the Fast and ECG book to sell. This book is incredibly helpful in learning ECGs for PA school and for PANCE review. DVD included, book in excellent condition.
  3. Case review for the forum. Good learning/teaching case Saw this guy Friday afternoon. (HPI below cut-n-pasted from my Epic ASAP note) 51 yo M c/o of low blood pressure, slow heart rate, lightheadedness. Two evenings ago he noted onset of chest pressure - "like someone sitting on my chest" with radiation to L shoulder. He attributed this to "bursitis when it gets cold" The pain/pressure lasted ~ 3 hrs and was NOT associated with any diaphoresis, SOB, lightheadedness, nausea or vomiting. Took a couple aspirin and went to bed. The next morning (yesterday) after he awoke and took h
  4. So, I'm trying (for years) to get into Emergency medicine. Despite submitting my resume specifically for ER jobs only, I got an offer from a local major hosptial system here in NYC for...exactly the same job I'm doing now. As I said, my goal is ER, and I don not want to continue doing what I am doing now...but a friend suggested I "get my foot in the door" at the hospital. Now, technically, the job is not at the actual hospital site but at a nearby office, but I get an ID card I assume, and I'm part of the system. Does this "getting your foot in the door" thing ever work? I feel like
  5. Hello, I am currently an ortho PA and I'm considering switching specialties. I did run across a job in rehabilitation medicine. Does anyone know what is PAs role in rehab medicine? thanks
  6. We saw this today in my EKG class. Very nice. You too can learn to recognize abnormal EKGs... if only they all presented like this. Watch til the end! He goes into AF. <iframe src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/asR2-sb27Vw" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="345" width="420"></iframe>
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