e-Xpert ECG Introduction to Electrocardiography
e-Xpert ECG Introduction to Electrocardiography is a great starting point for anyone looking to master the basic principles of electrocardiography. This online interactive e-learning course makes it fun and easy to develop the comprehensive skills you need to interpret ECG tracings and gain the understanding of the physiologic mechanisms behind those tracings.
e-Xpert ECG's Introduction to Electrocardiography teaches you cardiac anatomy and guides you through the principles of electrophysiology, ECG complexes, recognition of arrhythmias and myocardial infarctions. The attractive and detailed interactive animations make it easy to understand event the most complex concepts. And the hundreds of actual and highly detailed ECG tracings are integrated into the problem-based exercises to give you the kind of real-world experience you need to become an expert.
|1. Anatomy||Basic anatomy: heart, valves, blood vessels, conduction system|
|2. Electrophysiology||Basic principles: depolarization and repolarization|
|3. ECG-complexes||P wave, PQ interval, QRS complex, ST segment, T wave, J point|
|4. Leads and electrodes||Definitions, electrical principles, lead placement|
|5. Electrical axis of the heart||Variants, clinical relevance, determination of the electrical heart axis|
|6. Determination of rate||Determination of bradycardia, tachycardia, regular and irregular rhythm|
|7. Bundle branch blocks||LBBB, RBBB, incomplete block, effect on heart axis, ECG criteria|
|8. Premature Complexes||Premature atrial, junctional and ventricular complexes, ventricular multigeminy|
|9. Ventricular complexes||Ventricular escape complexes, run of PVC's, sustained/non-sustained VT|
|10. Rhythm analysis||Sinus rhythm, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, VT, torsades de pointes, VF, blocks|
|11. Ischemia and infarcation||SQ waves, T wave abnormalities, R progression, STT abnormalities|
e-Xpert ECG: Clinical electrocardiography
If You've Already Mastered The Basics Of Your ECG Career, E-Xpert ECG: Clinical Electrocardiography Is Your Next Logical Step.
Electrocardiography builds upon your existing skills and gives you the knowledge and experience needed for mastering clinical ECG interpretation. The interactive animations deliver true-to-life examples of the mechanisms of reentrant tachycardias, aberrancy, localization principles of myocardial infarction, atrial and ventricular hypertrophy, and much more. And the hundreds of actual and highly detailed ECG tracings are integrated into the problem-based exercises to give you the kind of real-world experience you need to become a true master.
|1. Impulse and conduction||Sino-atrial blocks, AV-nodal blocks, conduction abnormalities|
|2. Reentry and SVT||Concepts of reentry, SVT, atrial flutter, AVNRT, atrial fibrillation, atrial tachycardia|
|3. Preexcitation||Preexcitation and WPW|
|4. Advanced rhythm analysis||AVNRT, extrasystole, sinus arryithmia, idioventricular, junctional, dying heart, sino-atrial blocks and arrest, AV-nodal blocks|
|5. Hypertrophy||LVH, RVH, atrial enlargement left, right, biatrial|
|6. Localization of infarction||anterior, inferior, lateral, septal, combinations, relation to coronary anatomy|
|7. Pericarditis||Pathophysiology, ECG abnormalities phase I-IV recognition|
|8. PPulmonary embolism||Pathophysiology, ECG recognition|
|9. Fascicular blocks||LAFB, LPFB, bifascicular block, trifascicular block|
|10. Advanced electrical axes||Precise determination using isoelectric leads|
|11. Hyperkalemia||Peaked T waves|
e-Xpert ECG: 3D Coronary anatomy
e-Xpert ECG 3D Coronary Anatomy is the obvious next step for building your career skills. Get ready for an innovative and exciting learning experience that teaches you coronary anatomy as it applies to ECG interpretation and clinical cardiology. You'll work with the highest quality schematic models of coronary anatomy supported by actual coronary angiograms and ECG tracings, all combined with problem-based exercises. There is no faster and easier way to gain the knowledge necessary to distinguish the different coronary arteries shown on real angiograms, or to learn how to predict the site of occlusion using an ECG. e-Xpert ECG 3D coronary anatomy provides instructive angiograms, and their corresponding ECG tracings, and discusses the pathophysiology of coronary artery occlusions. And you can learn it all online and on your time.
|1. Coronary anatomy||LAD, RCA, LCx, septal perforators, diagonal branches, MO branches, posterolateral branches, RDP SA branch, AV branch, left-right and co-dominant systems and more|
|2. Localization principles||Distal/ proximal RCA, right ventricle, LAD proximal/mid/distal, LCx|
|3. Right ECG||Relation to coronary anatomy|