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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.

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