Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias

Approved for up to 24 contact hours, The Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias program is usually a 3-day workshop designed to introduce the student to the intricacies of cardiac rhythm recognition. Customized review or shorter versions of program available. Students should be familiar with ECG monitoring equipment and have some fundamental knowledge of ECG measurements. The workshop content includes a brief review of cardiopulmonary A&P and electrophysiology, how to accurately perform the basic measurements on actual rhythm strips, then introduces the learners to the rhythms originating from the Sinus Node, then explores abnormal rhythms from the Atria, Junctional and Ventricular tissues, and AV Blocks. An introduction to Pacemaker rhythms is included in the course content. Successful completion of the workshop is achieved through participation in all workshop activities and through successful completion of the post course exam.
Class Time: 8 hours( can be schedule 1 or 2 Sessions).

Remedial and or review sessions of shorter duration  can be developed per your indivudal needs or request.

Intended Audience: Healthcare workers whose job responsibilities require recognition of cardiac rhythm disorders. Is an appropriate introductory course for EMTs. Paramedics healthcare workers such as nurses, ECG technicians and others who wish to br sble to differentiate rythmn disturbances of monitored patients.
Student Materials: ECG's Made Easy, 2nd Edition
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