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This guide will discuss the UpToDate database and how UNF students and faculty may utilize it.
"UpToDate® includes electrocardiograms that can be accessed from some topics that discuss specific diseases or arrhythmia. You can test your knowledge by running a self-test, as follows:
Search ECG test
From the list of results, choose one of the ECG test topics (for example, "Intermediate ECG test") by clicking on the title.
Select a case from the Topic Outline. Click on the Waveform links to open a window that displays ECG strips
Try to make an accurate diagnosis based on the strip, then close the window.
To see if your diagnosis is correct, find the Graphics section on the left side menu. You can access the case answer keys here.
The text on this page was originally copied word for word from the UpToDate support site. This document has since been modified and is no longer on the publisher site, but the directions are still accurate as of 8/9/18.
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