I do NOT recommend that you spend a great deal of time trying to re-learn ECG. If you once knew it well, and are just rusty, then spend a couple of hours reviewing some of the more common arrhythmias and concepts. If, however, you never really knew it all that well in PA school, and do not remember what a P wave is, then you may just want to look at the most common and most lethal ECG rhythm strips. Do not spend a week re-learning ECG; it will not be worth the time spent for the few questions you will see.
PANCE PANRE test prep for ECG.
The main use for this site is to go directly to the ECG quiz link and do quizzes on the topics that you are weak on (i.e., is it identifying MI's? is it AV blocks?). Focus your study, and do not spend days here, just a few minutes to brush off cobwebs.
The second utility is to use the ECG search area to look directly at rhythms that are most common and make sure you can identify them quickly, (i.e. a fib, V tach, V fib)
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There is an ECG index; again for you to review most common and most important rhythms
There is a Test Your Knowledge tab to take quizzes related to interpretation
This site, in its entirety, is an EXCELLENT source for students, and for those who are perhaps moving clinically into ER medicine and need to brush up. Do not spend days here as a PANCE PANRE test prep as it is not time best spent.