Instant ECG: An Electrocardiogram Rhythms Guide

Instant ECG: An Electrocardiogram Rhythms Guide

By iAnesthesia LLC

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2009-01-06
  • Current Version: 3.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 206.74 MB
  • Developer: iAnesthesia LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 753 Ratings


Instant ECG was designed as an ECG / EKG / Electrocardiogram guide for physicians, nurses, paramedics and other health care professionals. It is an excellent learning tool as well as a quick reference. ECGs: - Normal Sinus Rhythm (NSR) - Sinus Tachycardia - Sinus Bradycardia - Sinus Pause - Atrial Flutter - Atrial Fibrillation - Wandering Atrial Pacemaker - Premature Atrial Contraction - Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT) - 1st Degree AV Block - 2nd Degree Wenckebach - 2nd Degree Mobitz II - 3rd Degree AV Block - Wolff-Parkinson White (WPW) - Junction Rhythm - Right Bundle Branch Block - Left Bundle Branch Block - Premature Ventricular Contraction (PVC) - Ventricular Escape - Ventricular Tachycardia - Torsades-de-Pointes - Ventricular Flutter - Ventricular Fibrillation - Idioventricular - Asystole - SVT Cardioversion to NSR - Torsades Cardioversion to A. Fib - V. Tach Cardioversion to ST Elevation - V. Fib Cardioversion to Asystole - V. Tach Cardioversion to Junctional - Right Ventricular Strain - Left Ventricular Strain - ST Depression Sinus Rhythm - ST Elevation Sinus Rhythm - Anteroseptal Wall MI - Anterolateral Wall MI - Lateral Wall MI - Inferior Wall MI - Apical Wall MI - Posterior Wall MI Exams: - ECG Basics - True or False - Multiple Choice - Identify the Rhythm Strip - Identify the 12-Lead Basic - Clinical Aspects of AV Blocks - Clinical Aspects of Bundle Branch Blocks - Clinical Aspects of MI - ACLS Bundle Exam Instant ECG was developed by iAnesthesia LLC and authored by T. Michael Truxillo M.D. CPPS and William S. Trask IV D.O. Instant ECG - REVIEWS - "Instant ECG is the best ECG guide available for the iPhone" - "The definitive FIVE STAR EKG App." - "Excellent App for student, resident or attending. I highly recommend it." - "Helps to keep the rhythms fresh in my mind. Good for a 5-min review. Great quiz functionality."



  • Great app

    By GreenT26
    Really seems like a fantastic way to review and learn EKGs! It's been very helpful to me as a student.
  • Awesome!

    By Chel220
    As a nursing student, I find this app to be an excellent visual representation for ECG monitoring. It includes nearly all of the rhythms that I am expected to know.
  • Great

    By JJ15059
    Paramedic student here, it helped me pass cardiology.
  • Love it since the upgrade

    By [MOOSE]
    It's a great app then it got stale, they never updated it. Then all of a sudden it got a major update and upgrade and it's been a great app ever since!! Quick easy tutorials and tests.
  • Landscape mode on iPhone

    By nicholas_younger
    I'd love to give this 5 stars. The only drawback is the app closes every time I turn it to landscape on my iPhone. If an update would fix this. 5 stars all the way. The app is phenomenal. I'm utilizing it daily to help me get a greater understanding of rhythm interpretation. Great app for the beginner or advanced clinicians. A life saver for a student in paramedic school like myself.
  • Great app. Repetition is key

    By RN for your ❤️
    I go on it durning my down time it really helps keep my skills sharp.
  • The app...

    By Theanomalyhp
    It's great for review and keeping your interpretation skills up! Thumbs way up!
  • Excellent App!

    By OG-PM
    Well thought out and easy to use. Great way to keep current and test your skills. Recommend.
  • It's good so far.

    By Broken and crashes
    Hello, I'm a paramedic is Santa Clara County with AMR. We are the contracted 911 provider and I've been practicing for over 15 years. I was so excited when I found this app. I love it!!! I use it everyday just to see if I can interpret the random rhythm. I didn't like that I had to pay for all the upgrades, but I can't stand pop ups. And it's a one time fee. That being said... I was wondering if you could include more case base study and include abnormalities and the etiology behind the rhythms we encounter in the field? Don't waste your time teaching us ACLS, we have to be certified every two years. All I'm looking for is to be able to look at a rhythm and not wait for the 12-lead to tell me what it is. Now I know VT, VF, Afib, SVT, Sinus Brady, Sinus Tach. What gets me is the different AV blocks and looking for ischemia in an area of the heart because of a odd slope on the tracing. I really want to become proficient in this art. I know for us in the field there isn't much we can do for the higher blocks. But not recognizing them can lead to some issues down the road. Anyways, I'm enjoying the app. Keep up the good work.
  • Great app!!!!

    By jrismyname777
    Love this app. I appreciate how actual real patient ecg's are shown instead of just computer generated. I will say it's a bit pricy but I guess the makers gotta earn a living some how. Awesome app!!!