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http://www.rnceus.com/course_frame.asp?exam_id=16&directory=ekg An excellent website that covers only rhythms using rhythm strips (no 12 leads here). This site goes through very basic physiology, how to read an EKG, and common abnormal EKGs. It is user friendly and has quiz questions interspersed through the course and at completion. The table of contents that is present throughout the course makes this site especially easy to navigate. This is a recommended site for beginners to EKG interpretation or to learning sites.
http://library.med.utah.edu/kw/ecg/ A helpful library of EKGs with advanced physiology, a robust library of EKGs, and an advanced array of quiz questions. It is easy to navigate. It includes a section with the AHA competencies for EKG interpretation with examples of each diagnosis considered to be the minimum knowledge needed to be deemed competent in EKG interpretation. This is a good site for someone more advanced.