So, you're ready to try some cases!!

    At any time, feel free to return to the tutorial portion of the program to refresh your memory.  Some of these cases are very straightforward, with common arrhythmias in mind, while others are more uncommon and may require some extra thinking on your part.  It is important to look carefully at all parts of each ECG, and remember, no two strips are exactly alike - there are many inter- and intra-species variations (just to keep things interesting!!)

    The cases are set up like a surgery schedule - imagine that you are the anesthesiologist at a large mixed practice referral center.  Since you are an expert on diagnosing arrhythmias, your colleagues often send you their cases to review; consequently, you are VERY busy.  So take a look at the calendar below and decide what day you would like to start with (HINT:  you should be getting more brilliant every day!).  By clicking on a particular date, you will see a listing of your scheduled cases.  You can then choose the cases by clicking on the scheduled time.  Good luck!

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