kdmarie_16's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 6/9/18 9:27 PM
As a Physician Assistant I find it offensive PA is not one of the professional options listed when signing up for the app. I interpret EKG’s daily... I really wanted to try this app, but instead will be deleting it.
Idea doctor's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
Keep up the good work and I'll continue to pass on the word about this app... Thank you once again
muzzypat's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
If you own the iPhone version you should get an upgrade price.
binarybum's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
I would have been more than willing to pay for the analyzer feature if it was something really cool like a camera integrated script that would take a photo of an ECG and actually parse it out into specific readings. It's just a yes no decision tree that goes through a few basic steps though. Nothing that warrants an extra fee.
docDTD's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
Not a bad app, complements some of the other ECG apps well. better for the more obscure rhythms that I don't see every day. I just don't find myself using it that much.
Nastapa's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
Well worth the price. I used this program to both learn and teach others the basics of EKG's. While going through PA school I needed an quick guide, so I downloaded this app. Then I kept after finishing to teach students how to learn the basics in this program... It's worth the money!!!
DrJoe_Louie's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
I've been using this app for several months now, and have been practising medicine as an MD for over 10 years. I haven't found a single ECG strip to be misdiagnosed. J.P. Deals, please point out a single strip that was misdiagnosed before anyone can truly trust your comments. Or perhaps you are the one who is misdiagnosing the rhythm. Please let us users know which samples you believe to be misdiagnosed and we will determine with whom the error lies. I have found this app to be very accurate, easy to use, and extremely helpful. I think everyone who analyzes ECGs should have this app.
drFromOregon's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
I updated to iOS4 earlier today, and then downloaded the just released update to this app (v4.2) and everything now works great. I think the people who are having problems just need to download the latest update. Great app. Love it so far.
louetter's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
Med74's Review of Ecg GuideReviewed on 12/12/18 11:17 AM
This is my number 1 app for cardiology. There is a lot of information, it is well organized, and easily accessible. The ECG samples are great quality pictures, allowing you to zoom in and carefully view the smaller details in portrait or landscape mode. The main tabs (ECG Book, Samples, Quiz, Interpret) add a nice variety of ways to learn about ECG, quickly flip through real samples, and even quiz yourself both in a multiple choice style as well as using the ECG photos to test your interpretation of each. This new version (released June 3, 2010) added two new things: 1. A "Normal ECG" section: It is basically one page with a picture of a normal ECG and a basic description below. It is nothing huge, but of course an ECG app needs to have a page on what a normal ECG looks like. 2. The biggest new feature is the ECG interpreter, and it costs $0.99 to activate. The screenshots show you a quick example of it. It basically asks you "yes and no" type questions and in the end it gives you possible rhythms that could fit your criteria. That is basically it. However, in the results page, it gives you several links to the regular ECG app containing information on the suggested rhythms. Although this is information already contained in the main app, and you could therefore access it without paying the $0.99 Interpreter fee, it is nice to have it easily available in one page as all-in-one content-related to the possible rhythms. At first I felt that the $0.99 to activate the Interpreter was too expensive for what you were getting, considering that the general app also costs $0.99 and has a ton more information. But, I do have to say that it does give you suggestions to possible rhythms that you wouldn't really think of on your own, and therefore it helps you become well-rounded in your interpretation. And.... I mean, come on - it's only $0.99!!! You can't even buy a Starbuck's coffee for that price. So, in the end, you will have paid $1.98 for the app + Interpreter, and that is worth every penny. I give it 5 stars, and I highly recommend it to those with beginning and intermediate knowledge of ECG.