Welcome to StripTease

StripTease is a growing collection of EKG rhythm strips for rapid interpretation- a critical skill in intensive care medicine- plus a venue for detailed discussion.

It is most useful to providers interpreting non-gold-standard electrocardiography which includes bedside monitors, manual defibrillators, and intra-operative monitors- the only EKGs available in many critical-care/code situations.

To learn more, click How to use StripTease or read the FAQ.

Or, to get right to it, go see the first case.




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