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Master ECG Interpretation One Week at a Time

ECG Weekly is the premier destination for all acute care providers and learners who are dedicated to improving their electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation skills.

Our mission is to empower you to rapidly identify life-threatening ECG abnormalities. We make learning ECGs easy, so you can save and improve more lives.

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Workouts with Dr. Amal Mattu

New episodes every week to help take your ECG skills to the next level!

Dr. Mattu's insightful video presentations are brief but comprehensive, complete with concise written summaries and essential take-home points.

ECG weekly is a powerful tool to enhance your proficiency and confidence in emergency ECG interpretation.


Bedside Interpretation Guide

The ultimate point of care ECG interpretation guide for acute care clinicians.

ECG STAT helps you remember important ECG patterns and criteria, must know differential diagnoses, and high yield clinical pearls to help you make the right decisions when it counts!

ECG STAT is our newest offering, which perfectly supplements what you learn every week with our workouts.


Assessment Exams & CME

Easily earn CME credit or completion certificates for any ECG Weekly videos you watch or any ECG STAT and Skills content you use.

Test yourself with our new topic specific ECG skills exams that complement what you learn on ECG Weekly and ECG STAT.

We offer high yield CME that is affordable and gives you credit for all the learning you do with us.


Latest Workouts

Interesting Cases from UMMC, Part II

A 58-year-old man presents to the emergency department with acute chest pain and shortness of breath. The following ECG is obtained:

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Sloof Lirpa Sign

A 65-year-old woman presents to the emergency department with an episode of near-syncope. Her ECG shown below is interpreted by the ECG machine, an emergency physician, and a cardiologist as…

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Interesting Cases from UMMC, Part I

A 63-year-old man presents to the emergency department with acute chest pain and an episode of syncope. The following ECG is obtained, and the cath lab is activated for suspected…

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Literature Review: Shark Fin or “Triangular” ST segment morphology

A 61-year-old male is brought to the ED with acute substernal chest pain and diaphoresis. The following ECG is obtained:

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