volume 27, issue 10, P498-505 2019
DOI: 10.1007/s12471-019-01306-y
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Abstract: BackgroundThe electrocardiogram (ECG) has become a popular tool in primary care. The clinical value of the ECG depends on the appropriateness of the indication and the interpretation skills of the general practitioner (GP).ObjectivesTo describe the use of electrocardiography in primary care and to assess the performance of GPs in interpreting ECGs and making subsequent management decisions.MethodsThree hundred ECGs, recorded during daily practice in symptomatic patients by 14 GPs who regularly perform electroc…

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