Electrocardiographic crotchets or common errors made in the interpretation of the electrocardiogram.

Abstract

Irritating errors are called crotchets. This paper discusses the following electrocardiographic crotchets: memorizing patterns rather than using basic principles, failure to use the electrocardiogram as a diagnostic tool, failure to correlate all available data, failure to appreciate the limitation of the computer interpretation, failure to appreciate the… (More)

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@article{Hurst1998ElectrocardiographicCO, title={Electrocardiographic crotchets or common errors made in the interpretation of the electrocardiogram.}, author={Jeremy W. Hurst}, journal={Clinical cardiology}, year={1998}, volume={21 3}, pages={211-6} }