Electrocardiogram (ECG) Course
Course Description: This electrocardiogram (ECG) course designed for healthcare professionals. It focuses on basic ECG equipment interpretation and supplies, patient preparation, and practical application in clinical settings. Ideal for those preparing for a Heart and Stroke ACLS course or working in a medical discipline, it provides comprehensive training on understanding and analyzing ECG tracings. Enhance your skills and confidence in ECG interpretation with this essential course.
Intended Audience: Health care professionals that want a better understanding of basic cardiac rhythms and the basic principles of 12-lead ECG interpretation.
Course Prerequisites: Some medical knowledge and training.
Electrocardiogram Course Overview
- Related anatomy and physiology
- Components of the cardiac cycle, arrhythmias, therapies, and electrical treatment
- Practice identifying cardiac rhythms on ECG strips
1-day (8 hrs)
Certification in ECG is valid forever.
Course materials are included and will be provided during the class as part of the course content introduction.
Our Electrocardiogram (ECG) course for healthcare providers is available in Ottawa, Kingston, Montreal, Pembroke, Arnprior, Kemptville, and Smith Falls. Our goal is to deliver comprehensive training, preparing medical professionals to handle emergencies. Led by certified ECG instructors, our program offers hands-on, in-person sessions, equipping healthcare providers with the necessary ECG skills to respond effectively in critical scenarios.
If you have any inquiries about course availability or need more information, don't hesitate to contact us. Our wide range of courses covers diverse subjects, from essential life support to advanced resuscitation methods. We are committed to delivering top-notch education tailored to healthcare professionals' needs, as well as individuals aspiring to enhance their life-saving skills and contribute effectively to emergency situations.
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