Welcome to our online ECG course and book
ECGwaves.com is a comprehensive online book and course in clinical ECG interpretation. This course covers all topics, from basic cardiac electrophysiology to advanced ECG interpretation. It is suitable for anyone interested in ECG interpretation, particularly physicians, assistant physicians, nurses, paramedics, biomedical analysts, students and researchers. All recommendations presented here are in line with American and European guidelines (ACC, AHA, ESC).
A non-commercial project
ECGwaves.com is a non-profit project and differs from the majority of online resources for learning ECG interpretation. In order to provide you with the best possible learning experience we have invested significantly in developing and maintaining this course. We continue to pursue our mission with great enthusiasm, because we love ECG interpretation and teaching. Nevertheless, in order to reduce our losses we charge $5 for a permanent membership. $5 is a fraction of the cost of comparable books and courses (which costs anywhere between $60 and $600) and it does not cover our costs of maintaining the course. Students may become members at no cost (FOAMed) by using the discount code student when registering. We value FOAMed but also appreciate a contribution to keep this course alive.
This online course includes an ECG book, video lectures, test/quiz and other resources to enhance your ECG interpretation skills. Emphasis is on clinical ECG interpretation but the course will also touch on other topics to cover important concepts in cardiovascular medicine. The course content is in line with American and European guidelines (ACC, AHA, ESC). Thus, our recommendations regarding diagnosis and management is concordant with current clinical guidelines.
The course is created by Dr Araz Rawshani (MD, PhD) from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Dr Rawshani is a cardiovascular researcher with interest in acute and cardiovascular medicine, as well as diabetology. Dr Rawshani has published original articles in the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA (Internal Medicine), The Lancet (Diabetes & Endocrinology), British Medical Journal (BMJ), and serves as peer-reviewer in the field of cardiovascular medicine.
We aim to provide reliable and qualitative ECG and cardiology education. We encourage you to spread the word. All content of ECGwaves.com is copyright of the authors, unless otherwise stated.
Dr Araz Rawshani, MD, PhD
Institute of Medicine, Department of Molecular and Clinical Medicine
University of Gothenburg, The Sahlgrenska Academy, Sweden