Learning ECGs can seem like learning another language. How do you make sense of all the swiggly lines? Take one (or all) of our ECG courses and make it make sense.
Here are some of things you'll learn.
1. Identify common dysrhythmias and conduction defects
2. Interpret paced rhythms to identify pacemaker malfunctions
3. Describe patient assessments with rhythm changes and anticipate immediate interventions.
4. Evaluate 12-lead ECGs to identify areas of ischemia and infarction
Advance your health assessment skills.
The theoretical and clinical basis for health assessment by the advanced clinician will be developed. The process whereby the advanced clinician utilizes comprehensive history, physical, psychosocial, and cultural assessment across the lifespan to gather specific data relevant to common health problems is demonstrated.
Students will develop clinical reasoning skills to begin to formulate differential diagnoses.
From A to Z, learn more about various medical conditions that often land in the ER and ICU, and how to manage them.
Do Code Blues give you the blues? Be the nurse who can identify early signs of clinical deterioration and act swiftly. Learn how to become a Rapid Response nurse.
Are you interested in becoming a Critical Care Transport Nurse? What does does that career pathway look like and how do you get started? We'll show you, start your journey with us today.