Basic to Intermediate ECG Interpretation
Basic to Intermediate ECG Interpretation is recommended for all healthcare providers. Above all, Nurses and EMS teams benefit the most from learning ECG Interpretation.
First of all, Nurses and Paramedics are at the front lines of patient care. Thus, they are the first ones to read an ECG strip hot off the press. For this reason, a healthcare provider must be able to interpret an ECG strip to recognize a life-threatening cardiac rhythm.
Moreover, our ECG Course emphasizes on pharmacology in a stress-free and memorable method. Because pharmacology can be very difficult and stressful we have created fun and innovative approaches to remember difficult information.
For example, Adenosine can be learned by recalling A-down with Adenosine. Adenosine to slow down the heart rate.
Additionally, Atropine can be simplified by thinking of Atta boy. Atropine to speed up the heart rate.
Most noteworthy, students who have taken the Basic to Intermediate ECG class have successfully accomplished a hospital’s ECG exam. Even more impressive almost every student becomes inspired when learning this skill.
Last but not least, Nurses Educational Opportunities ECG course is renowned in Southern California. As a result, we have achieved a perfect 5 stars in Yelp and Facebook. We truly believe that we can enhance your confidence in interpreting an ECG even when your knowledge of ECG is dubious. The reason for our success is that we work harder so you learn easier.
Employees who work in: ER, ICU, CCU, Telemetry,and Medical Surgical, Cardiology Clinics plus Urgent Care Facilities
Also suggested for: Students and New Graduates
Necessary for: Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians
For new hires required to complete of an ECG exam
Last but not least, recommended for those seeking to complete Contact Education Hours
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Costa Mesa Office
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San Diego Office
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