Full course description
Target Audience: Nurses and other healthcare professionals caring for clients undergoing cardiac monitoring.
Description: This class has been developed to help students improve their understanding or refresh their knowledge of ECG rhythm interpretation. Topics will include:
- Anatomy of the heart
- Functions of key electrical components
- Proper ECG lead placement
- Identification features of normal waveforms
- Waveform segment measurement
- Rhythm Identification - Sinus, Atrial, Junctional, Ventricular, and Lethal
- Differentiate types of AV Blocks
Requirements for Successful Completion:
Your certificate will be available once all modules have been completed which includes:
- Submission of pretest
- Review of all presentations found in modules
- Submission of posttest with a final score of 80% or higher
- Completion of the online evaluation
You will be given two opportunities to pass the posttest. If you are unable to pass after the second try, it is suggested to repeat the course. You will need to re-register and re-pay.
You may go back at any time throughout the course to review completed modules, but you will not be allowed to continue until all module requirements are met.
Continuing Nursing Education:
Clarkson College Community Advancement is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
Midwest MSD Approval #NE621-1
Contact Hours: 2.5
Conflict of Interest: No clinflict of interest has been identified for any planner or faculty/presenter in a position to control content of this course.
Course Approval Expiration Date (last date contact hours will be awarded): March 20, 2022
Cancellation Policy: Once you have enrolled in an online course, no refunds are available. A refund is not provided to those who do not participate, who do not complete the course, who do not meet the requirements of successful completion and/or who do not pass.