DescriptionTHE LEADING COMPREHENSIVE PEDIATRIC ECG APP developed by a pediatric cardiologist for anyone who cares for children! As you know, ECG diagnostic criteria and normal values are different for each age group, and adult normals can NOT be applied to pediatric electrocardiograms. This compact program arms you with EVIDENCE-BASED data to diagnose virtually any ECG abnormality at the bedside.
Why fill your phone with low-yield content you won't use? Quality over quantity! This gives you the evidence-based and clinically refined data you need all in one app: AGE-SPECIFIC PEDIATRIC ECG VALUES, DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA, QTc CALCULATOR. You'll have at your fingertips normal ECG values for each age group, as well as diagnostic criteria for ventricular hypertrophy, atrial enlargement, and hundreds of other abnormalities. Finally, there's even a handy QTc calculator that allows you to calculate a QTc based on the msec of the intervals, or the BOXES alone on the ECG. This is an indispensable application for anyone encountering pediatric ECGs, including cardiologists, consultants, and anyone in the ICU or ER.
The only pediatric ECG application you will need! See the "About" tab for detailed reference information behind the data.
Succinct, authoritative, and evidence based pediatric ECG application providing:
-- normal values for the following age groups: <1 day, 1-2 days, 3-6 days, 1-3 weeks, 1-2 months, 3-5 months, 6-11 months, 1-2 years, 3-4 years, 5-7 years, 8-11 years, 12-15 years.
-- diagnostic criteria: ECG validity and verification, rate, thythm, QRS deploarization axis, intervals, hypertrophy, ischemia and infarction, and low voltage
-- QTc calculator: allows input in the form of msec OR boxes from the ECG!
-- Examples of included data/tools: rate determination shortcuts (2), definition of NSR (4 criteria), axis determination including extreme left axis determination compared to extreme right axis determination and differential diagnosis of lesions associated with each, complete and incomplete bundle branch (RBBB and LBBB) criteria, hemiblock criteria, fascicular block criteria, complete hypertrophy and chamber enlargement criteria (atrial enlargement and ventricular enlargement, including "possible" or soft criteria), defining an abnormal Q wave or ST segment, low voltage definition and differential diagnosis
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[KEYWORDS: pediatric cardiology, pediatric electrocardiogram, pediatric EKG, pediatric ECG, paediatric cardiologist, pediatric ICU (PICU), pediatric emergency medicine]