Welcome to A Frank Discussion  

A Master Clinicians Medical Education Podcast hosted by, Dr. Frank Illuzzi. Join us every 2 weeks as a master clinician guest is invited to share some tips and tricks of the trade and teach the art of medicine.

On this episode

Join Dr. Frank Illuzzi (CityMD) and Dr. Gino Farina (distinguished Professor of Emergency Medicine and Science Education and Assistant Dean for Clinical Preparation for Residency at Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell ) as they discuss common Can’t Miss EKGs! (Part 3 of 3 in this series) 

This is a 30 minute video podcast that reviews several EKG cases that you may encounter in urgent care or the outpatient setting. You will learn,

  • Proper and systematic approach for reviewing an EKG
  • To identify subtle but dangerous findings in patients presenting with syncope vs seizure.


MC Video Podcast Series: Can't Miss EKG Part 3

0.5 CME credits

Continuing Medical Education

Credit Designation: This internet enduring material is designated for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CME credit approval pending.

 

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great podcast.

crystal jackson

Great reinforcement of "what not to miss".

John F Meyer

Xray series is so helpful!

juliane everest

Great Overview

Carley Dykstra

Enjoyed this presentation and clinical pearls

Enjoyed this presentation and clinical pearls

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Excellent

Katrina Hanscom

Great insight

jill DeRosa

I work in urgent care and this was an excellent review for me!

sara cocke

Excellent

KAILASH ACHARYA

good presentation, encourages more thorough evaluation of EKG's

Esther Klinger

Urgent care excellent

Dana Veatch

High quality

High quality

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Great course

Brittany Lander

good presentation and especially indicators of PE's

Esther Klinger

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