Indeed, Basic EKG Interpretation can be extremely overwhelming.
Yet, the ability to read an EKG/ECG strip is required as part of your basic skills for being a Healthcare Provider. Nevertheless, EKG Interpretation with Pharmacology is a notoriously challenging course.
Due to our commitment to simplifying difficult concepts no longer is EKG difficult to master. Our instructors have made learning ECG not only understandable but enjoyable. Subsequently, with NEO’s Basic EKG class you will increase your chances of passing a hospital’s ECG exam.
To summarize, the topics covered include identifying the P, Q, R, S, and T waves. Next, the learner will acquire an in-depth understanding of where the rhythm originates. For instance, an electrical impulse can originate in either the sinus node, the AV node or the Ventricles. Therefore, a rhythm can be sinus, junctional or ventricular.
In addition to learning the basic arrhythmia’s students will learn other rhythms not offered in most ECG courses.
For example, the rhythms discussed include; Idio-ventricular and junctional arrhythmia’s; failure to capture and sense; plus bundle branch blocks. These are a few of many arrhythmia’s discussed in our EKG class.
Moreover, upon completion of this course students will be able to confidently interpret various ECG strips. Even more, this course covers pharmacological interventions for life-threatening arrhythmia’s. Last but not least, this course prepares all our learners for the 12 Lead EKG Interpretation class.