Basic EKG Interpretation

About Basic EKG Interpretation

To summarize, the Basic EKG Interpretation class uses engaging exercises and illustrations to teach students not only the “how” but also the “why” of EKG. In particular, students will learn how to break down arrhythmia interpretation by key focus areas, such as the PR interval, QRS width, appearance of waves, and more. In addition, this course discusses how to respond to abnormal ECG rhythms. Regarding this, students will learn the proper medications dosages, as well as joules for electrical cardioversion, defibrillation and pacing. Furthermore, students will also be able to identify arrhythmia’s as either sinus, atrial, junctional or ventricular and understand how it relates to treatment. Basic EKG Interpretation also includes extensive rhythm strip identification practice to build competency.

Why you should choose NEO for Basic EKG Interpretation

Indeed, any EKG class can be extremely overwhelming; Nonetheless, as a healthcare provider, your basic skills should include EKG interpretation. What sets NEO apart from other training sites is that we truly care about your learning needs because we understand that everyone learns differently. Our goal is teach you how to visualize what occurs to the heart during an arrhythmia, in contrast to having you memorize a strip.

Overall, this course covers all of the concepts required to pass a hospitals EKG exam; therefore, with NEO’s class you will increase your chances of passing the exam. For new grads and students, we offer the 5 Finger Discount to help you build a stellar resume.

Course Information

Course Fee: $150.00

Textbook Included

Awarded 6 Contact Education Hours

Schedule online or call us at 866-266-2229

Orange County

San Diego

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This is the best ekg class ever. I highly recommend this to anyone trying to really understand why a heartblock happens among other arrythmias. I feel confident to continuing to learn and understand more because of nurses Ed.