The Journal of Electrocardiology and a future glimpse


An inside look at the evolution of the electrocardiogram

Since its first issue in 1968, the Journal of Electrocardiology has been a go-to resource for physicians around the world who are interested in learning more about the electrical activities of the heart.

In this episode of Mayo Clinic’s “Cardiovascular CME” podcast, the journal’s editor-in-chief, Adrian Baranchuk, M.D., joins hosts Anthony Kashou, M.D., and Peter Noseworthy, M.D., to discuss how and why the electrocardiogram (ECG) continues to be the easiest and most trusted way of recording the electrical signals of the heart, and where he sees the field going in the future.

Discussion highlights include:

  • Dr. Baranchuk's experience and involvement with electrocardiology and how it led to his position as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Electrocardiology. 
  • His work to ensure the journal remains a leading publication in the field of electrocardiology.
  • Baranchuk's current research and vision for the future of electrocardiology.

Listen to the full episode here.

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Cory Pedersen (@cpedersen)

Cory Pedersen