The SecondLook™ EKG Series
The EKG SecondLookTM mobile application will help learners of the medical sciences to self-test their level of knowledge about this important diagnostic cardiology procedure. This app covers foundational knowledge about and the interpretation of normal EKGs, as well as common cardiac diseases and how they manifest themselves in EKGs, specifically heart arrhythmias, tachycardias, hypertrophic cardiomyopathies, myocardical infarctions, and conductance aberrations.
About the Authors:
Drs. Asamoah and Chevalier graduated with a MD degree from the University of Michigan Medical School (UMMS) and are now serving their patients during their residency training. Charles Hwang is a fourth-year medical student at the UMMS and is currently taking a research year before receiving his MD degree. Dr. Cyril Grum, MD, is a Professor in the Department of Internal Medical at the UMMS where he is Associated Chair of Undergraduate Education. He also directs the UMMS M2 Internal Medicine clerkship.
App content and Download Options from the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store:
The EKG SecondLookTM Lite application with representative sample slides can be downloaded for free. The full seven set mobile application can be purchased for $6.99. All proceeds go to the University of Michigan.
From time to time these apps may be updated with revised content. The SecondLookTM Dental Anesthesia app will display a prompt if new updates are available for download. Tapping "Update" will cause the slide decks to be updated.
The EKG SecondLookTM series consists of seven slide sets, which cover foundational knowledge about and the interpretation of normal and cardiac disease EKGs. Several of the sets are case-based, guiding the students through the interpretation of an EKG in a stepwise sequence of questions. This encourages the learner to follow an analytical process that will lead to an evidence-based final diagnosis and a treatment strategy.
The full mobile app contains seven different sets, each covering different aspects of EKG technology and its uses for diagnostic applications in cardiology.
The first set of the full app tests fundamental knowledge about EKG technology.
The second set of the full app goes of features of normal EKGs.
Several sets in the full app deal with various cardiac pathologies and how they appear in EKG analysis.
This mobile application was primarily designed for medical students. It was conceived with learners in mind, who want to self-evaluate and review their knowledge about EKGs and their diagnostic applications in preparation for tests and licensing examinations.
Here's what University of Michigan Students said about the SecondLookTM concept:
"The Second Look (files) have been a godsend. They do a great job of both teaching and quizzing you on the relevant material. Once I complete the Second Look, I know I'm ready to quiz."
"The Second Look was a fantastic review for the exam, for both structure and function. I actually went over the Second Look (files) twice - once immediately after doing the lecture and lab to help reinforce what I learned, and then again before the exam as a review."
"The Second Look files are phenomenal and were an excellent way to test my knowledge after I had studied a bit."
- iOS: Requires iOS 9.0 or later, and is compatible with iPhone and iPad.
- Android: Requires Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher and is compatible with most tablet and phone devices.
- Language: English
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