About the Course
- Train from home.... and love it!
- Course can be completed on your schedule and your own pace.
- Log in at any time and as often as needed.
- Videos are located within the course. Click on the video and view to obtain credit.
- Training is confidential and can be repeated as needed at no additional cost.
- A Certificate of Course Completion is provided immediately after successful completion (available for download and printing and is stored within our database).
- Training records are stored and available 24/7/365.
The comprehensive course and certification are designed for those who seek an advanced skill level regarding telemetry interpretation as well as working knowledge concerning the appropriate assignment of telemetry monitoring units and age-specific criteria.
- 12.0 Continuing Education Contact hours
- 150 components, 60 Videos and 90 Questions
- Certification / Certificate of Course Completion
Goals and Objectives:
- Improve patient safety concerning telemetry interpretation
- Provide more advanced skills and training related to telemetry units
- Provide age specific knowledge and criteria for telemetry monitoring
Topics and Content Summary:
- Basic and more advanced telemetry interpretation is reviewed in this course
- Knowledge of age specific telemetry monitoring
- Core knowledge-based learning regarding telemetry units
Topics and Content:
- PR Interval measurements
- P wave identification
- QRS measurement
- Identification of basic cardiac rhythm
- Ventricular fibrillation
- AED use
- Ventricular tachycardia
- Pulseless electrical activity
- Normal sinus rhythm
- Sinus tachycardia
- Supraventricular tachycardia
- Sinus bradycardia
- Atrial fibrillation
- Atrial fibrillation with rapid ventricular response
- Junctional rhythm
- Normal ECG
- Myocardial injury pattern recognition
- ST depression
- ST elevation
- Inferior MI identification
- Anterior lateral MI identification
(New 2019) Video demonstrations are contained within the course. The video will appear within a question. View and verify that you have viewed the video content and proceed to the next question. Videos range from 2 minutes to 26 minutes in length.
These videos include the following:
- Basic rhythm recognition and systematic approach for identification
- Identification of ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia
- Introduction to 12 Lead EKG placement
- ST ischemia and elevation recognition
- Identification of QRST changes
- ST elevation and STEMI
- AED use for defibrillation of ventricular fibrillation
- Bundle Branch Blocks
- Heart Blocks
- PALS- American Heart Association-Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support EKG recognition and considerations
- Transcutanoeus Pacing
- ACLS and American Heart Association ECC Guidelines update
- ACLS Initial Assessment
- ACLS Chain of Survival
- ACLS AED use demonstration
- ACLS System of Care
- ACLS Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
- ACLS Post- Cardiac Arrest Care and Stabilization
- ACLS Acute Coronary Syndrome
- ACLS Acute Stroke
- ACLS The Resuscitation Team and Training
- ACLS Respiratory Arrest
- ACLS Ventricular Tachycardia and Ventricular Fibrillation
- ACLS Pulseless Electrical Activity and Aystole
- ACLS Symptomatic Bradycardia
- ACLS Tachycardia
- ACLS Stable and Unstable Tachycardia
- ACLS Normal Heart Anatomy and Physiology
- ACLS Airway Adjuncts and Management
Certification fee: $125.50