Lectures are short and awesome so I like it very much.
very good. Amazing. very clear explanation for a subject hard in medicine. Very good professor
Useful for all medical students from novices just starting to learn how to interpret ECGs to final year students in most rotations (e.g. ER). Dr. Alpert is a great instructor, one of my favourite on Lecturio. Once again, Lecturio provides a high quality course that I consider more useful than the classes I got in actual medical school. I would also enjoy a second, more advanced course on ECG interpretation. It could cover emergent care ECG findings (e.g. should you call the cath lab, should you start heparin, should you give x or y drug, etc.), ECG findings from chronic or acute pulmonary diseases (e.g. cor pulmonale, PE, etc.) and less common findings (e.g. ST elevation from Brugada Syndrome). The more vignettes and ECGs to interpret, the better it would be! Thank you.
Dr. Alpert is one of my top favorite professors on here. He’s enthusiastic without being too much and simplifies EKG reading in an easy to digest way (specifically, he helped me tremendously with axises).