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Basic ECG Knowledge

When:
Thursday, August 27, 2020, 2:00 PM until 3:00 PM
Where:
GoTo Meeting access sent under separate email

Additional Info:
Category:
CEPA webinar
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
This conference will be held 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDT. The time shown elsewhere for this event may be adjusted to your local time zone.
$20.00
$50.00

Basic ECG Knowledge

This conference will be held 2 pm to 3 pm EDT. The time shown below this itinerary may be adjusted to your local time zone.

A recording of this event will be available to all who register.


PRESENTER:
Jenny Snider, BS

ACSM CECs: 1 (one)

BRIEF SUMMARY
We will review basic ECG knowledge including sinus, atrial, and ventricular dysrhythmias, as well as lethal rhythm identification. The webinar will include primarily lead 2 vector in order to simulate a clinical cardiopulmonary exercise session view. We will discuss exercise-induced ectopy, common associated symptoms, and when a physician should be notified. The conclusion of the webinar will include several examples and rhythm identification challenges.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. Basic anatomy & physiology of heart
2. Electrical conduction of the heart
3. Basic ECG rhythm identification
4. Identifying dysrhythmias
5. Signs and symptoms associated with dysrhythmias
6. Exercise ECG changes

ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jenny graduated from Texas A&M University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science in exercise physiology. She is also a certified EMT and a certified instructor of CPR/First Aid, basic life support (BLS) and advanced cardiac life support (ACLS). Jenny has worked in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation for over 16 years and has been teaching basic ECG through her hospital's education department for the past 3 years. She enjoys teaching and is excited to share her knowledge with other clinical professionals.