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Pattern Recognition and Inductive-Deductive Reasoning: Two Cornerstones of Electrocardiogram Teaching.

Almost half of physicians report being uncomfortable with ECG interpretation, underscoring the need for high-quality ECG training. There are two major strategies for teaching ECG interpretation. Pattern recognition involves reading ECGs solely as graphic images, after being taught the underlying pathophysiology behind the ECG patterns. Inductive-deductive reasoning requires logical thought mechanisms, using clinical context and algorithms, to reach a correct diagnosis. It is important for ECG educators to choose between these teaching strategies, depending on the clinical scenario. Hopefully, consistency around teaching strategies will help learners to become more comfortable in ECG interpretation, and ultimately correctly interpret ECGs more frequently.

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