The American College of Emergency Physicians and Present

Advanced Electrocardiography for the EM

This program consists of 6 hours of personal instruction by Dr. Amal Mattu, widely considered the preeminent teacher in Emergency Medicine cardiology.  No matter your level of experience, this course will provide you with the ability to interpret EKGs like an expert!

Video Sample

This program includes a DVD of all of the lectures that will be sent to you upon purchase!

Upon completion of this course, you are eligible to receive up to 9 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and a certificate of course completion from the American College of Emergency Physicians that you can take back to your hospital and use to further efforts to bill for EKG interpretation

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Here is an outline of the content lectures:

  1. Advanced ECG Interpretation
  2. Recognizing ACS
  3. "Subtle" ECG Manifestations of Cardiac Ischemia
  4. ECG Mimics of Cardiac Ischemia
  5. Diagnosing Dysrhythmias
  1. Bradydysrhythmias and AV Blocks
  2. Tachydysrhythmias
  3. Syncope, Sudden Death, and the ECG
  4. Conclusion

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