14 Hours Saturday 9 AM – 5 PM, Sunday 8 AM – 4 PM This course is a comprehensive program allowing the clinician to obtain the ability to correctly interpret a 12 Lead EKG. It has been taught in the classroom to hundreds of participants with outstanding reviews and outcomes. The program will focus on objectives like the process for acquiring a 12 Lead EKG, proper lead placement and skin preparation, anatomical views of the heart, conditions where a 12 lead would be indicated, the electrical conduction system, cardiac wave forms, axis deviation, ACS/STE-MI recognition, bundle branch blocks, Ventricular Tachycardia Recognition, 15 lead interpretation and significance, drug and electrolyte disturbances, Modified Sarbossa Criteria and 12 lead imposters. This 12 Lead EKG Program is recommended for: · Physicians or Residents who need a refresher in reading and interpreting a 12 Lead EKG · Registered Nurses who work in a telemetry unit, Cardiac Cath Lab, Emergency Department, CVICU, ICU, or any other Specialized Cardiac Unit · Graduate Nurses who will be required to, or have an interest in interpreting a 12 Lead EKG · Respiratory Therapists · Paramedics and Critical Care Transport Providers who work in the pre-hospital environment and are required to interpret a 12 Lead EKG · Exercise Physiologists who encounter Cardiac patients Please Note: The total cost for those not fee waived will be $80.00 ($10 MF&R fee plus $70 CE registration fee) Instructor: John Carrico, CCEMT-P, FP-C, NC OEMS Level I instructor, Flight Paramedic MAMA, Paramedic Henderson Co EMS

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Opportunity Date: 
Saturday, March 21, 2020 - 09:00
Statewide (No County)
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