Ken A Grauer

Ken A Grauer,

Professor Emeritus

Department: MD-FAMILY MED CENTER AT MAIN
Business Email: grauer@ufl.edu

About Ken A Grauer

Dr. Grauer has written more than 15 books, as well as numerous articles and study aids on the topics of ECG interpretation, cardiac arrhythmias, and ACLS. His books have been translated into four languages and have sold over 500,000 copies nationally and internationally (www.kengrauer.com). His reputation for teaching on cardiology-related topics to diverse medical audiences is universally acclaimed.

His passions outside of medicine are dancing (ballroom, Argentine tango) and foreign languages (French, Spanish, German). Dr. Grauer served as core faculty in UF Family Medicine Residency Program for 30 years (from 1980-2010) before “retiring” from this academic position in July 2010. He is “busier than ever” developing his educational cardiology materials and participating daily on numerous international ECG internet forums. He is proud to remain a resource to the Department in his role as Professor Emeritus.

Publications

2021
Previous ECG Criteria (Including STEMI Criteria) Overlook Too Many Acute MIs Due to Acute Coronary Occlusion.
American family physician. 104(4):333-334 [PMID] 34652120.
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2019
A deep neural network learning algorithm outperforms a conventional algorithm for emergency department electrocardiogram interpretation.
Journal of electrocardiology. 52:88-95 [DOI] 10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2018.11.013. [PMID] 30476648.
2018
Proximal RCA occlusion producing anterior ST segment elevation, Q waves, and T wave inversion.
Journal of electrocardiology. 51(3):511-515 [DOI] 10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2017.12.036. [PMID] 29304992.
2003
Use of B-type natriuretic peptide test.
The Journal of family practice. 52(4) [PMID] 12718325.
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2002
C-reactive protein: potential use for the future.
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice. 15(6):503-5 [PMID] 12463299.
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2001
Heart failure, diastolic dysfunction and the role of the family physician.
American family physician. 63(8):1483-4, 1486 [PMID] 11327425.
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1999
Management of essential hypertension.
Expert opinion on pharmacotherapy. 1(1):71-80 [PMID] 11249566.
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1999
Treating heart failure in primary care.
The Journal of family practice. 48(10):759-60 [PMID] 12224672.
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1998
ECG findings and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
American family physician. 57(9):2071-2, 2078 [PMID] 9606300.
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1997
Stable coronary artery disease: the family physician’s approach.
American family physician. 56(1):31-2, 34, 37 [PMID] 9225660.
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1997
The serum digoxin concentration: ten questions to ask.
American family physician. 56(2):495-503, 509 [PMID] 9262530.
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1995
More pearls.
The Journal of family practice. 40(5) [PMID] 7730779.
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1994
Family physicians: exercise testing and community needs.
The Journal of family practice. 38(2):127-9 [PMID] 8308501.
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1994
Infectious vaginitis.
Postgraduate medicine. 96(6):85-98 [DOI] 10.1080/00325481.1994.11945924. [PMID] 29211588.
1994
Infectious vaginitis. Selecting therapy and preventing recurrence.
Postgraduate medicine. 96(6):85-8, 91 [PMID] 7971615.
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1994
New trends in the pharmacologic management of cardiac arrest.
American family physician. 49(3):591-600 [PMID] 8310966.
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1994
The development and evaluation of new versions of the written examination for the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support provider course.
Annals of emergency medicine. 24(1):26-31 [PMID] 8010545.
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1994
Ventricular arrhythmias: advice from a family physician.
American family physician. 49(8):1710, 1713-4 [PMID] 8203308.
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1993
Exercise stress test training.
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice. 6(5):524-5 [PMID] 8213247.
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1993
Tuberculosis. The primary care physician’s role in eradication.
Postgraduate medicine. 93(3):46-50, 53 [PMID] 8446526.
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1992
A systematic approach to Holter monitor interpretation.
American family physician. 45(4):1641-8 [PMID] 1558040.
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1992
Computerized ECG interpretation.
The Journal of family practice. 35(2):135-6 [PMID] 1645105.
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1992
Expanding applications of the 12-lead ECG in suspected acute infarction.
American family physician. 46(5 Suppl):55S-58S, 61S [PMID] 1442473.
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1992
Oral antihypertensive agent.
The Journal of family practice. 34(4):397-8 [PMID] 1556531.
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1991
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring: three viewpoints.
American family physician. 43(5):1579-80, 1584, 1589 [PMID] 2021095.
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1991
Clinical information: an indispensable component of ECG interpretation.
Archives of internal medicine. 151(6) [PMID] 2043029.
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1991
New developments in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
American family physician. 43(3):832-44 [PMID] 2000728.
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1991
Newer antihypertensive agents.
Postgraduate medicine. 89(5):75-81, 84, 89 [PMID] 2008405.
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1991
Problems of polypharmacy and intercurrent disease.
Hospital practice (Office ed.). 26 Suppl 2:20-5; discussion 31 [PMID] 1899418.
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1990
Severe verapamil (sustained-release) overdose.
DICP : the annals of pharmacotherapy. 24(7-8):705-6 [PMID] 2375141.
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1990
Silent myocardial ischemia: dilemma or blessing?
American family physician. 42(5 Suppl):13S-16S, 21S [PMID] 2239648.
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1990
The new antimicrobial agents. When they’re the best choice and when they’re not.
Postgraduate medicine. 88(2):64-8, 71 [PMID] 2199959.
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1990
Wide complex tachycardia due to coexistent supraventricular and ventricular tachycardia.
The Journal of family practice. 30(6):706, 709-10 [PMID] 2345340.
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1989
Exercise tolerance testing.
The Journal of family practice. 29(2) [PMID] 2754401.
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1989
Potential benefits of a computer ECG interpretation system for primary care physicians in a community hospital.
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice. 2(1):17-24 [PMID] 2646852.
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1989
Ventricular arrhythmias. An assessment of newer therapeutic agents.
Postgraduate medicine. 85(6):137-8, 141 [PMID] 2496401.
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1988
A user-friendly system.
Annals of emergency medicine. 17(12) [PMID] 3195795.
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1988
On mouth-to-mouth.
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice. 1(1):55-6 [PMID] 3414390.
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1988
Ventricular arrhythmias, conclusion: new agents, additional treatment modalities, and overall approach to the problem.
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice. 1(4):267-73 [PMID] 3066125.
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1988
Ventricular arrhythmias, Part I: Prevalence, significance, and indications for treatment.
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice. 1(2):135-42 [PMID] 2458012.
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1988
Ventricular arrhythmias, Part II: Special concerns in evaluation.
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice. 1(3):201-6 [PMID] 3051894.
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1988
Ventricular arrhythmias, Part III: Benefits and risks of antiarrhythmic therapy.
The Journal of the American Board of Family Practice. 1(4):255-66 [PMID] 3066124.
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1987
Computerized electrocardiogram interpretations: are they useful for the family physician?
The Journal of family practice. 24(1):39-43 [PMID] 3540179.
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1987
The spectrum of anxiety disorders in family practice.
American family physician. 36(6):167-73 [PMID] 3687677.
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1986
The physician’s reactions to patients with chronic pain.
American family physician. 34(3):117-22 [PMID] 2428229.
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1985
Objectifying testing of the MEGA CODE station: a system of shorthand.
Annals of emergency medicine. 14(5):454-8 [PMID] 3985467.
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1984
New trends in the management of cardiac arrest.
American family physician. 29(2):223-36 [PMID] 6702530.
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1984
Pseudoinfarction without underlying cardiopulmonary pathology.
The Journal of family practice. 18(5):767-8, 770 [PMID] 6716073.
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1984
Ventricular ectopy.
The Journal of family practice. 19(6):731-3, 737, 741 [PMID] 6209358.
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1983
Approach to patients with ventricular ectopy.
Southern medical journal. 76(10):1285-9 [PMID] 6623143.
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1983
Early management of myocardial infarction.
American family physician. 28(2):162-70 [PMID] 6881009.
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1983
Emergency department chart auditing in a family practice residency program.
The Journal of family practice. 16(1):121-6 [PMID] 6848625.
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1983
Exercise testing and coronary artery disease.
The Journal of family practice. 16(2):241-2, 246 [PMID] 6600494.
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1982
Prediction of serum concentrations of digoxin in a family practice center.
The Journal of family practice. 15(6):1081-6 [PMID] 7142927.
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1982
Should prophylactic lidocaine be routinely used in patients suspected of acute myocardial infarction?
The Journal of the Florida Medical Association. 69(5):377-9 [PMID] 7097215.
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grauer@ufl.edu