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The main aim of this ECG course is to master the basic ECG elements and know what a normal ECG looks like, recognise dangerous rhythms, and get an overview of medical treatment of some of these conditions, combining theory and practice.
You are guided through each segment of the ECG, cardiac axis, rhythm, rate, various ECG abnormalities, as well as interpretation of the ECG. Recognition of dangerous rhythms, patient management and an overview of medical treatment of some of these conditions is covered. The aim is not only to provide a theoretical overview of the anatomy of the cardiac conduction system, but also to present the content in a way that logically links cardiac anatomy and the electrophysiological changes that present on the ECG so that it is not merely an identification of what, but why, these changes occur.
Application of this knowledge in the practical part of the course is essential. Interactive learning ensures understanding, which is key to lasting knowledge! After all, the development of competence and confidence comes with practice
Medical practitioners, emergency personnel, nurses, biokineticists
This course is applicable to a wide range of medical professionals. It consists of short individual modules of video and audio combined with practical learning, and mastery of skills learned.
Identify each element of the ECG, and what these elements mean, be able to measure each element, know the normal ranges for each element, and identify if each element is normal or abnormal, as well as recognition of abnormal and dangerous rhythms. At the end of the course, combining these skills to finally interpret the ECG and know what the next appropriate step is.
The review test consists of questions to be answered at the end of the course.
20 Multiple choice questions with a pass rate OF 70%
Pass the assessment with 70%
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