Based on the CDC recommendation for social distancing – our classes will continue, smaller in size and with modified curriculum to reduce the potential spread of contamination. And based on current requirements all students must wear masks in their course. If a student does not wear a mask during their course, they will not be allowed to attend class and will not receive a refund.
We are not accepting walk in registrations in our office. All registrations will be taken by phone or on our website, MedicalTraining.cc. You should request your textbooks to be shipped or they can be left outside the door here, with your name on them.
We will modify this process as the CDC advises.
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A simple, no-nonsense approach to understanding EKGs – with a review of general management for hemodynamically significant dysrhythmias. This course will contain information on anatomy and physiology, applying EKG electrodes, using a heart monitor, and recognizing sinus, atrial, junctional, and ventricular arrythmias, and heart blocks.
-Students must complete 6-hour pre-course home study & attend ALL class sessions.
-The textbook is mandatory. It will be loaned put from our office library.
-Participants who complete the program and pass with an 85% or higher will be given a certificate stating they could be competent as a monitor tech.
Price includes all handouts, materials, loaner textbook, & CEU Certificate
Price includes all handouts and materials
A simple, no nonsense approach to understanding EKGs, with a review of general management for hemodynamically significant dysrhythmias.
For medical professionals with an understanding of basic anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology with minimal exposure to EKG recognition who desire a review of rhythms: Sinus, Atrial, Junctional and Ventricular as well.
Course provides 16 hour CEU Certificate
This program is designed for those who are somewhat familiar with interpreting basic rhythms and EKG “strips”. You do not have to be a “Strip” expert to read 12 Leads.
Participants will be familiarized with and practice lead placement as well as recognition of ECG patterns, including Myocardial Ischemia, Injury, and Infraction. The recognition of Acute Coronary Syndrome will be related to patients, presentation and clinical significance.