Friday, December 14, 2018
Learn More

Member Login
User Name:
Password Reminder


Email DMM Support

Email Support 24/7



Welcome to Digital Medical Media and We offer the most advanced interactive ECG interpretation course available online. Physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, paramedics, medical students, and nursing students will find this course invaluable in gaining insight and confidence in reading ECGs. You will be taken through the skills of ECG interpretation step-by-step using high definition illustrations and animations that will visually enhance your learning. You will have ample opportunity to practice your new skills using the interactive features of this online course. You will be viewing and interpreting real 12-lead ECGs, not computer generated or fuzzy scanned images. You will be required to input your analysis and receive real time audio feedback from Dr. Coman, the instructor and electrophysiologist. It will be as if he is standing right next to you!  

This interactive ECG course offers over 20 hours of instruction and practice in reading ECGs. You will learn the fundamentals of vectors, lead placement, rate determination, rhythm identification, axis determination, measuring intervals, assessing for ischemia and infarcation, and identify rare findings. This course is a complete. At the end of this course, you will interpret ECGs with confidence!

Digital Medical Media is your source for interactive continuing medical education in the field of cardiology and electrophysiology.  Please visit often as new courses will be released soon! Find us at:


Learn more...



DMM now offers up to 20 hours of Category 1 CME credit for physicians, physician assistants, and advance practice nurses on the most advanced, interactive 12-Lead ECG Course available!  

University Endorsements

DMM is honored to announce that Oklahoma State University College of Medicine has adopted the 12 Lead ECG Interpretation course to educate their 2nd year medical students the skill of ECG interpretation.

University of Oklahoma - Tulsa Physician Associate Program is currently using the ECG course to teach PA students the skills necessary for ECG interpretation.



Privacy Statement  |  Terms Of Use
Copyright by Digital Medical Media