This full day workshop is designed for those who have experience in basic Lead II ECG interpretation and wish to learn how to analyze and interpret 12 lead ECGs. It will provide a refresher of arrhythmia interpretation and then will focus on the “need to know” subjects of 12 lead electrocardiography including basic electrophysiology, a framework for interpretation, a review of the normal 12 lead ECG, abnormalities and recognition of ECG changes seen in myocardial ischemia and infarction.
Basics of the 12 lead ECG
Ischemic versus myocardial infarction patterns
Axis deviation and bundle branch blocks
Hypertrophy and electrolyte imbalances
- Review the anatomy, physiology, and the conduction system of the heart.
- Perform cardiac arrhythmia interpretation.
- Explain the causes, significance, and treatment modalities of common arrhythmias.
- Correlate the basics of electrocardiography with the anatomy and physiology of the conduction system of the heart
- Demonstrate effective 12 lead ECG interpretation skills:
- Identify ST segment elevation and/or depression in a variety of 12 lead ECG examples
- Identify axis deviation, hemi-blocks, electrolyte imbalances, and left ventricular hypertrophy in a variety of 12 lead ECG examples
- Explain posterior, right-side ECG placement in patients presenting with inferior wall injury or infarction on the associated 12 lead ECG
Prerequisites: This program is designed for healthcare professionals or senior students (nursing or medical) who already have a basic understanding of arrhythmia interpretation and wish to learn more about 12 lead ECG interpretation.
Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021
Time: 8:30am - 5:00pm with breaks
Format: Online, live instruction
Fees: $120+HST. UWindsor alumni, staff and students are entitled to discounts. Contact email@example.com for further details.
Dr. Debbie Rickeard DNP, MSN, RN is a critical care nurse and educator with over 40 years experience in Ontario and Michigan. She is highly regarded for her expertise in cardiac and critical care and has worked in intensive care nursing, cardiac transplant and heart failure management. She holds a Certification in Critical Care (CCRN) and a Certification in Cardiovascular Nursing (CCN©). Currently she is the Learning Specialist for the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Windsor.
About OSAP 2021-22 Micro-credentials Application
- This program is eligible for the OSAP 2021-22 Micro-credential application (OSAPMC).
- Participants must be registered into the program prior to applying for OSAPMC.
- Participants are obligated to pay their fees in full, or decide to withdraw at least one week prior to the course start date should they not receive OSAPMC.
- If this is the case, email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately to withdraw and request a refund.
- Register for this program accordingly to allow ample time for your application to be processed. It takes approximately 10-15 business days for the OSAPMC application to be processed.
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