Essential Concepts of Electrophysiology through Case Studies: Intracardiac EGMs


Essential Concepts of Electrophysiology through Case Studies: Intracardiac EGMs

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Edited by: Kenneth A. Ellenbogen, MD

Authors: Roderick Tung, MD; David Frankel, MD; Prabal Guha, MD; Reginald Ho, MD

Publication Details:
Published May 2015
ISBN: 9781935395331
Trim Size: 11 x 8.5 inches, landscape
328 pages
Format: Paperback; eBook


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This volume of intracardiac tracings builds on our first book, Essential Concepts of Electrophysiology and Pacing through Case Studies, that guides the reader in developing and refining the key skill of analyzing electrophysiologic recordings.

Over 60 cases with a focus on intracardiac EGMs are presented as board exam cases and questions. Tracings are framed by a question, followed by annotated tracings, and a discussion of the correct and potential answers. Cases present a full range of difficulty from simple to advanced.

This book will provide a valuable review for a wide variety of professionals — physicians, associated professionals, nurses and technicians — preparing for certification and re-certification examinations in electrophysiology.


Kenneth A. Ellenbogen, MD,FACC; Virginia Commonwealth University’s Medical College of Virginia,
Richmond, Virginia


Roderick Tung, MD, FACC, FHRS; UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, Los Angeles, California

David S. Frankel, MD, FACC, FHRS; Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Prabal K. Guha, MD, FACC; Carolinas Hospital, Florence, South Carolina

Reginald T. Ho, MD, FACC, FHRS; Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Doody's Review Service 4-Star Rating:

Daniel Masvidal,  MD(Ochsner Clinic Foundation)

This book presents multiple cases with intracardiac tracings and surface ECGs, guiding readers to enhance their skills in analyzing such information. It builds on a previous book (Essential Concepts of Electrophysiology and Pacing Through Case Studies, 2014), helping readers get organized for the electrophysiology certification exam, providing more intracardiac tracings spanning from simple to advanced, with discussions of the correct and incorrect answers.

The purpose is to improve readers' skills in analyzing and deciphering electrophysiological recordings, allowing for better diagnosis and treatments, while at the same time preparing for the electrophysiology certification exams.

Designed for a wide variety of professionals, from physicians to technicians, the book is appropriate for anyone involved in the field of electrophysiology with an interest in learning more or preparing for the certification examination.

With over 60 cases prepared by experts in the field, with a focus on intracardiac EGMs, the book is set up as board exam cases and questions, followed by annotated tracings, discussions, and in-depth resources.

This is a superb resource for anyone interested the field of electrophysiology.