The "Critical Care: EKG Interpretation Rhythm & Treatment" 15-hour online course is designed for healthcare professionals like LPN, RN, ARNP, Graduate Nurses, Medical Assistants, and others interested in acute care, hospital settings, or NCLEX preparation. It's beneficial for those in ER, Telemetry, PCU step-down units, ICU, CCU, and other clinical settings. Purpose: To provide a comprehensive review of the cardiovascular system, including its anatomy and physiology. The course covers interpreting EKG tracings, systematic analysis of EKG strips, identification of various heart rhythms, understanding atrioventricular (AV) blocks, and recognizing the signs of common cardiovascular diseases. It also focuses on healthy lifestyle choices and managing medical conditions. Objectives: Discuss cardiovascular system anatomy and physiology. Describe abnormal heart rhythm characteristics. Recognize arrhythmias and abnormal heart rhythms. Systematically review EKG strips. Identify atrial, ventricular, junctional, pacemaker rhythms. Detect abnormal heart rhythms. Recognize rhythms linked to AV blocks. Discuss AV blocks. Cover common cardiovascular diseases. Describe populations at risk for cardiovascular issues. Outline ways to make healthy choices and manage medical conditions. Explain patient preparation and 12-lead EKG execution. Detail limb and precordial leads placement. Interpret EKG tracings.
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