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ANATOMY OF AN EKG - Intro to EKG Interp: EKG interpretation can be intimidating! There are multiple facets to master in order to build a solid foundation. Some of these facets include understanding what a P wave, QRS complex, and T wave represent, measuring a PR interval, QRS complex, and QT interval, and proper lead identification in conjunction with cardiac anatomy. This course is an introductory EKG lecture to obtain foundational understanding and principles of EKGs and important elements to aid in proper interpretation.
At the conclusion of this course you will have a step-by-step method to effectively and accurately interpret an EKG!
EKG 100 - EKG Basics Reinforced: EKG 100 builds on principles introduced in the Anatomy of an EKG. Learning foundational skills for EKG interpretation is a great start, but practicing these skills is important before gaining more knowledge and interpreting more advanced EKGs. This course includes simpler EKGs to build repetition, reinforcement, and confidence in interpretation skills.
At the conclusion of this course you will find comfort in the systematic approach you learned in Anatomy of an EKG, plus be able to identify a variety of sinus EKGs plus IVCDs!
EKG 101 - Blocks, part I: EKG 101 is a more advanced course that builds on principles introduced in the Anatomy of an EKG and EKG 100. Foundational skills are continuing to be reinforced, and new concepts are introduced. This course teaches identification of incomplete right bundle branch blocks, right bundle branch blocks, left ventricular hypertrophy, and ST-T wave abnormalities.
At the conclusion of this course you will be able to identify incomplete right bundle branch blocks, right bundle branch blocks, left ventricular hypertrophy, and ischemia patterns.
EKG 102 - Blocks, part II: EKG 102 is another advanced course, which continues to build on principles taught in the Anatomy of an EKG, EKG 100, and EKG 101. This course teaches identification of left anterior fascicular blocks, left posterior fascicular blocks, and left bundle branch blocks. This course will also introduces atrial enlargement.
At the conclusion of this course you will be able to identify left anterior fascicular blocks, left posterior fascicular blocks, left bundle branch blocks, and ventricular tachycardia!
Upon purchase you will be e-mailed course materials and the Zoom recording with 24 hours!
You may also purchase my supplemental How to (Simply) Interpret an EKG Guide, How to (Simply) Identify Bundle Branch Blocks Guide, and How to (Simply) Identify Left Ventricular Hypertrophy Guide that goes GREAT with these courses! Follow the links to purchase: