The user answer a series of simple questions based on the presence, absence, or measurement of various characteristics on a patient’s ECG rhythm.
Almost 100 of the most common rhythms seen are included, and can be identified by answering 12 steps. Mastering the interpretation of the 12 steps allows a great accuracy in ECG interpretation. ECG CALC could be used for case review or studying.
An expert can interpret an ECG in seconds but it takes years to achieve this capacity. With the ECG CALC a beginner can interpret an ECG trace with a level of precision close to a specialist in about 10-15 minutes.
The ECG CALC contains information relating to the interpretation of the electrocardiogram (ECG): criteria of hypertrophy, arrhythmias, blocks and hemiblocks, evaluation of waves and intervals, criteria for acute myocardial infarction, electrolyte imbalances, poisoning, among many other clinical disorders. Only the arrhythmias are availabe with ECG CALC Lite.
★ Intuitive interface
★ Random data input
★ 12 Steps
• Heart rate
• P wave
• PR interval
• QRS complex
• ST segment
• T wave
• Q wave
• QT interval
• U wave
• Clinical data
★ Almost 100 ECG problems
• Myocardial infarction
• Clinical disorders
★ INFO about the problems
★ ECG Report
★ Share ECG Report
1 - 12-lead EKG confidence : a step-by-step guide. Green, Jacqueline M. 2010
2 - ECG in emergency medicine and acute care/[edited by] Theodore C. Chan. 2005
3 - ECG workout : exercises in arrhythmia interpretation. Huff, Jane, RN. 2012
4 - Goldberger’s Clinical Electrocardiography : A Simplified Approach. 2013
5 - Marriott's practical electrocardiograph. Wagner, Galen S.. 2014
6 - Rapid ECG Interpretation. M. Gabriel Khan. 2008
This app is for educational purpose only. The results given by this app are not a substitute for a physician decision. ECG CALC takes no liability or responsibility for any treatment that you decide to take, or not take, based on this applications diagnosis.
Bug reports, comments and suggestions are very welcome. Send feedback to: