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EKG Level of ECG on step 1

What is the level of ECG knowledge tested on step 1? Will doing the MI related changes suffice or do we need to know beyond that? People who have taken the exam and have got questions with ECG are requested to opine.
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usually step 1 has 1 ecg question,,12 lead ECG ..one of my friends told me
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High Yield Electrocardiographs for the Step 2 CK Exam
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Hey Miss Patho u think that in Step 1 they will test at the same level as 2CK?
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Hey Miss Patho u think that in Step 1 they will test at the same level as 2CK?
y not since many cases in step 1 is clinical

but can i ask u when u did uw did u find a clinical ecg cases ??
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Hey miss patho, no I just remember one normal ECG and they ask where a drug interacts... But nothing pathological.Thanks for your answer!
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i think ECG shud be pretty simple!
u shud kno the atrial flutters n fibrillations!! also the AV blocks!
kno th emethod to calculate HR!!
and also the ECG for prologed QT syndrome or torsades!!
thats pretty much it
n ya MI OFCOURSE
n plus hav an ide aof wat happens in hyperkalemia hupokalemia, hypercalcemia n hypocalemia!!
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