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Author(s): Shel Levine, MS, CES, Associate Professor, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan
Brian J Coyne, MEd, ACSM-RCEP, ACSM-CIFT, Clinical Operations Supervisor/Ambulatory Monitoring Lab, Duke University Hospital
Lisa Cooper Colvin, PhD, FACSM, Professor, Exercise Physiology, University of Louisiana - Monroe
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Navigate 2 Advantage Access for Clinical Exercise Electrocardiography is a digital-only Access Code that unlocks a comprehensive and interactive eBook, student practice activities and assessments, a full suite of instructor resources, and learning analytic reporting tools.

Written for the Exercise Physiologist, Clinical Exercise Electrocardiography address the needs of the Exercise Physiologist working in a clinical setting and addresses static interpretation  of rhythm strips and 12-leads.  It concentrates on the physiology and etiology of arrhythmias, as well as the treatment of arrhythmias. The  authors explore differences in ECG interpretation in relation to women, children, and athletes, and look at the use of ECG’s in exercise stress testing situations.  

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- Provides tips and hints on how to evaluate an ECG dynamically
- The first text of its kind to offer a specific educational experience in a clinical education for Exercise Physiologists
- Test strips allow students to evaluate ECGs of different age groups, genders, and athletic abilities

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Chapter  1  Heart Structure and Function By Shel Levine, MS, CES and Adam deJong, MS, CES, FACSM
Chapter  2  Cardiovascular Pathophysiology By Thomas J. Birk, PhD, MPT, Susan Ann Talley, PT, DPT
Chapter  3  Cardiovascular Testing and Procedures By Jonathan K. Ehrman, Ph.D., FACSM
Chapter  4  Basic ECG Concepts and the Normal ECG By Brian Coyne, M.Ed., RCEP and Shel Levine, MS, CES
Chapter  5  Systematic Interpretation Techniques By Lisa Ann Cooper Colvin, PhD, FACSM, LCEP, Shel Levine, MS, CES and Brian Coyne, MS, RCEP
Chapter  6  Sinus Rhythms By Shel Levine, MS, CES and Brian Coyne, M.Ed., RCEP
Chapter  7  Chamber Enlargement By Lisa Ann Cooper Colvin, PhD, FACSM, LCEP, Shel Levine, MS, CES and Brian Coyne, MS, RCEP
Chapter  8  Conduction Disturbances: Atrioventricular Blocks By Shel Levine, MS, CES
Chapter  9  Conduction Disturbances: Bundle Branch Blocks By Lisa Cooper Colvin, Ph.D., FACSM, LCEP; Shel Levine, MS, CES and Brian Coyne MEd, RCEP
Chapter  10  Ventricular Arrhythmias By Shel Levine, MS, CES and Sara M. Wilchowski, PA-C
Chapter  11  Supraventricular Arrhythmias By Kathryn S. Bizek, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CCRN
Chapter  12  Myocardial Ischemia and Infarction By Brian J. Coyne, MEd, RCEP & Mahesh Patel, MD
Chapter  13  Pacemakers & Internal Cardiac Defibrillators By Ruth Ann Greenfield, M.D.
Chapter  14  Pharmacological/Electrolyte Influence on the ECG By Nicholas Norgard, PharmD, BCPS, Amanda McEvoy, PharmD, BCPS, and Thomas Madejski, MD
Chapter  15  ECG’s and Women By Tiffany Randolph, MD & Cary C. Ward, MD
Chapter  16  ECG’s in the Pediatric Population By Jennifer L. Martin, M.Ed., RCEP and Michael P. Carboni, MD
Chapter  17  ECG’s in Athletes By Jacob Kelly, MD &J. Eric Velazquez, MD
Chapter  18  Structural Heart Disease and Inflammatory Processes By Justin E. Trivax, MD and James L. Smith, MD
Chapter  19  Applied Case Studies by Shel Levine, MS, CES
Chapter  20  Practice ECGs by Brian Coyne, M.Ed. RCEP

Shel Levine, MS, CES-Associate Professor, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan

Shel is currently an Associate Professor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) where he has taught courses in ECG, Exercise Testing and Prescription, and Diabetes and Obesity since 1999. In addition, he has been an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Detroit-Mercy since 2006 teaching ECG courses to the Physician Assistant students; and a Clinical Instructor at Oakland University teaching ECG courses since 1997. Prior to joining the faculty at EMU, Shel was a Clinical Exercise Physiologist at Botsford Hospital in Farmington Hills, MI where he developed exercise programs for patients with clinical concerns (diabetes, COPD, PVD, multiple risk factor reduction, weight loss, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis and cancer recovery), as well as cardiac rehabilitation. Previous to Botsford Hospital, Shel was the Assistant Director of the hospital wellness center at the Medical College of Ohio (now the University of Toledo Medical Center) where he assisted with risk factor reduction programs and cardiac rehabilitation. In service to ACSM, Shel was a member of the Committee on Certification and Registry Board (CCRB) Clinical Exercise Specialist subcommittee for seven years and currently serves on the CCRB International subcommittee. Prior to CCRB, Shel served on ACSM’s Professional Education Committee for seven years. Originally from Syracuse, NY, Shel will always bleed ORANGE

 

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Brian J Coyne, MEd, ACSM-RCEP, ACSM-CIFT-Clinical Operations Supervisor/Ambulatory Monitoring Lab, Duke University Hospital

Brian is a Clinical Operations Supervisor in the Cardiac Diagnostic Unit at Duke University Hospital in Durham, NC. As part of his responsibilities, Brian supervises the Ambulatory Monitoring and the Cardiopulmonary Testing Labs. Prior to his time at Duke University, Brian was an Instructor in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, where he also obtained his Master’s degree when it was called Northeast Louisiana University. While at ULM, Brian directed the Human Performance Lab, taught graduate and undergraduate exercise science classes (including Electrocardiography and Cardiac Rehabilitation), trained many students who are now successful across the country, directed the Warhawk Triathlon, and performed many stress tests on members of the community. Brian also was the faculty sponsor for ULM’s Exercise is Medicine program during his tenure. Previously in his career, Brian has worked for WellnessWorks and Lincoln General Hospital in corporate wellness and community health roles. Brian started his career in employee fitness and physical rehabilitation prior to moving into cardiac rehabilitation as a staff exercise physiologist at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, NY. Later he started the cardiac rehab program in Ruston, LA at Lincoln General Hospital. He has been a member of ACSM’s Committee on Certification and Registry Board for 12 years serving on the RCEP Practice Board as member and chair as well as on the CCRB Executive Committee as an Elected At-Large member for three years; Brian also served on the ACSM Professional Education Committee for six years. Brian was one of the founding members of the Clinical Exercise Physiology Association – an affiliate organization of ACSM; he served as Treasurer for three years and is currently the Advocacy Committee chair. While in Louisiana, Brian was licensed as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist and involved with the Louisiana Association of Exercise Physiologists where he served as an Area Representative then President for a couple years before serving on various committees. Brian is a lifelong endurance athlete and enjoys running and cycling interspersed with some soccer when he can find the time. As part of his teaching in his current and past positions, Brian tries to instill an active lifestyle and encourages healthy lifestyle behaviors. He feels blessed to have worked with his coauthors and all the contributors on this book, as they have taught him a great deal and is happy to be able to pass this knowledge on to future generations.

Lisa Cooper Colvin, PhD, FACSM-Professor, Exercise Physiology, University of Louisiana - Monroe

Lisa is currently a Professor of Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology at the University of Louisiana at Monroe.  She is the Director of the ULM Human Performance Laboratory and the Dr. Lucy Shackelford Endowed Professor in Kinesiology.  Lisa obtained her B.S. in Health and Physical Education/Biology at Northeast Louisiana and her M.Ed. in Physical Education/Counseling at Northeast Louisiana University.  While working on her M.Ed., Lisa taught at Neville High School in Monroe, Louisiana and was the girls’ varsity cross-country, basketball, and track and field coach.  After teaching at the high school level, Lisa felt a calling to teach at the higher education level.  Lisa earned her Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology at The University of Southern Mississippi then joined the faculty of Valdosta State University where she was the director of the exercise science curriculum and Applied Exercise Physiology Laboratory.  During that time, Lisa and her husband began a cardiac services business, ErgoWell Solutions, performing all cardiac testing at the office and referring to other physicians for more invasive studies.  The company was bought and the family moved to El Dorado, Arkansas where Lisa taught at Southern Arkansas University.  She built the Brown Complex that housed the Exercise Science Laboratory, aquatic center, SAU Wellness Center and Magnolia Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Services.  Since then, Lisa has served ULM in capacities of Professor, Administrative Faculty in Residence, Associate Dean of the ULM Graduate School, and the Department Head of Kinesiology.  Lisa is now back to her true life calling of teaching both graduate and undergraduate students in the CAAHEP accredited Exercise Science Programs and directing a robust Human Performance Laboratory, where students truly learn theory and application of the cardiopulmonary physiology, electrocardiography, and cardiac rehabilitation skills learned before leaving the exercise science program at ULM.  During her career, Lisa has been very active with The American College of Sports Medicine, in which she is a Fellow and reviewer for Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. She also served on the first committee that drafted the bylaws for the Accreditation of Exercise Science program which evolved into today’s Accreditation Standard for Exercise Science program through CAAHEP.  She was truly honored to serve at the asking of Dr. Walt Thompson.