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About Us

EKG.MD is the premier EKG resource for medical professionals. This physician-run platform was developed to serve as a comprehensive educational tool and reference for individuals at all levels. It was built with the mindset of providing a community in which others could contribute and share their knowledge with the world.

Some of the main features include:

  • EKG lectures featuring The EKG Guy: 400+ videos and 125+ hours of lessons
  • EKG A-Z: Easy-to-read, bullet-point style ECG topics to reference
  • Clinical cases, rhythm challenge, and questions: Sharpen and test your knowledge so that you’re always prepared
  • Contribute: Author your own ECG topic and clinical case that may be chosen for publication

Thank you for choosing EKG.MD as your ECG resource. We are truly grateful for your support!

“…I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow…”
– Hippocratic Oath (Modern Version)

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Dr. Anthony Kashou (The EKG Guy) is a physician resident at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He is on a mission to transform ECG education and filling the gap exists around the world. Dr. Kashou has taught and developed curriculum for medical students, including 500+ lectures and 100+ hours of adult and pediatric ECG lessons.

At the Mayo Clinic, he pursues innovative ECG research and was awarded first place for his research at the Minnesota American College of Cardiology Conference 2018. His passion for medical education and innovation led to the development of EKG.MD, which provides a convenient and accessible forum to learn the fundamentals and foundations of ECG interpretation. He has also authored dozens of peer-reviewed articles for medical journals and textbooks, along with multiple ECG books for learners at all levels.

Dr. Kashou continues to lead and teach weekly ECG sessions and weekend seminars for residents, nurses, ECG interpreting technicians, and physician assistants at the Mayo Clinic. He has been asked and is currently developing an ECG board review course for cardiology fellows. He has an online following of over 275,000 individuals and is the founder of the largest, fastest growing ECG community in the world. His clinical research focuses on developing innovative ECG algorithms that can be integrated and implemented into clinical practice.

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