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ECG & Arrhythmia Interpretation Made Easy

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Time Saving Tips & Strategies

Determining Cardiac Axis

Conduction Abnormalities

Myocardial Injury and Ischemia

Complex Arrhythmia Interpretation

High Risk Features

Putting It All Together


  1. Choose correct electrode placement required for accurate 12-lead ECG acquisition.
  2. Assess normal and abnormal patterns on each lead of the 12-lead ECG.
  3. Determine cardiac axis using lead I and aVF.
  4. Analyze the 12-lead ECG features seen in atrial and ventricular hypertrophy.
  5. Specify the features of right bundle branch block from the features of left bundle branch block.
  6. Evaluate patterns of infarct, injury, and ischemia on the 12-lead.
  7. Utilize morphology in Lead V1 and V6 to differentiate ventricular tachycardia from SVT with aberrant conduction.
  8. Categorize high risk features for Torsades de Pointes and other cardiac arrhythmias.

Copyright : 12/05/2017

Advanced EKG Assessment

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  1. Evaluate coronary artery perfusion and the relationship to cardiac musculature and the conduction system.
  2. Specify the six limb and precordial leads, the RV lead and three posterior leads.
  3. Utilize a systematic approach to interpret EKGs.
  4. Assess ischemia, injury and infarction pattern on a 12-lead EKG.
  5. Implement new guidelines from the AHA to treat Acute Coronary Syndrome.
  6. Analyze five common STEMI imposters and treatment modalities.


Copyright : 01/18/2018