Don’t know what the bumps and squiggles on the monitor mean? Come learn from us. We make understanding basic cardiac rhythms easy. In this course, you will learn what each component of the rhythm is. Our review of pathophysiology helps you gain an understanding of what is occurring in the heart as it presents on the monitor. We take a step by step approach, building consecutively on the knowledge you master. Our small class model allows us the flexibility to focus on the areas you need help the most. Unique to our class is a practice session to ensure you are able to apply the knowledge learned to monitoring sessions in real time and be able to successful interpret a monitor tracing when you return to your clinical area.
Thursday May 28 & Friday May 29, 2020
We believe you need to understand the information and be able to apply it for a course to be valuable for you. With this in mind, we have structured our ECG courses to include lots of practice with ECG interpretation. We teach you to understand what is happening in the heart that produces what you see on the ECG. Our basic ECG interpretation will teach you how to perform an ECG and how to spot when lead placement is incorrect. We teach you indications for performing and how to perform a 12, 15 and right sided ECG. We teach you to apply a sequential method for ECG interpretation while focusing on building an understanding of what is occurring in the heart that produces the waveform. A simple method for identifying ECG axis is presented.
Are you proficient in reading ECG’s? Are you looking to build on your existing skillset? Then this is the course for you. In our advanced ECG interpretation, we teach you to identify atrial and ventricular hypertrophy. We teach how to identify critical ECG patterns such as Wellen’s and Brugada. Pre-excitation patterns such as Wolff-Parkinson White and Long Ganong-Levine are identified. An alternative lead placement technique which can help to identify when wide complex tachycardia originates from an atrial cause is presented. Effects of electrolyte abnormalities on the ECG are presented. Common differences seen in pediatric & Dextrocardia ECG’s are reviewed. Our small class size affords opportunity to ask questions and practice your refined ECG interpretation skills.
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MEDICATION EFFECTS ON ECG'S
Many medications alter the action potential cycle of cardiac cells. Are you familiar with recognizing the potential risk for your patient? If not, take your nursing practice to the next level of safety. We present key information on commonly used medications which could alter cardiac conduction. Case studies are used to enhance your ability to critically apply your knowledge to bedside care using interactive audience response technology.
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Becoming proficient in cardiac monitoring is a learning process beginning with identifying basic rhythms. Build on this knowledge to master the intricacies of interpreting an ecg. Add to this knowledge by learning how medications affect the cardiac cells, increasing the risk for arrhythmias.
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Class sizes vary by course.