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The Leads Less Traveled/Learn EKG's In A Flash

I am a Paramedic/RN with 38 yrs EMS experience and I have a love of EMS/Cardiology. I teach basic and advanced EKG interpretation and with that, I have written these two pocket guides. The Leads Less Traveled is an advanced pocket sized EKG reference. It presents alternative leads such MCL1, MCL6, Lewis Lead, and more for use in advanced arrhythmia recognition. It covers: bundle branch blocks, axis deviation, infarction patterns, 12,15,& 18 lead EKG's, and much more. Learn EKG's In A Flash is a basic level pocket EKG reference and is ideal for the beginning student.
The pocket guide's are available for $20.00. You can purchase using PayPal link below.
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Dr. Marriott passed away on Aug 31, 2007, in Riverview, Fl. He will be greatly missed. Click on Autograph to go to his web page for updated details and some nice EKG case studies.


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