ECG Guru - Instructor Resources

A gathering place for instructors of ECG and cardiac topics.

       

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Why become a member of ECG Guru? 

Membership is FREE.  By registering as a member, you will be able to  comment on our blogs, ECGs, art, and other content.  If you are a teacher, you will be able to share your knowledge and experience, as well as documents and illustrations, with other teachers.  If you are a student of ECG, you will have access to many instructors all over the world who will answer questions for you.


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History 1929

German surgeon Werner Forssmann (1904-1979) examined the inside of his own heart by threading a catheter into his arm vein and pushing it 20 inches and into his heart.

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