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Rounds Details:

Date: Wednesday January 30, 2013

Presented by: Dr. Matt Davis, (Interim Medical Director of Education), Christine Hardie (Regional Paramedic Educator), and Justine Jewell (CBRN Specialist and RN)

Brief Description:

We’ve been asked, time and time again for ECG reviews that cover not only the basics, but also the nitty-gritty, tough ECG recordings that even seasoned paramedics have difficulty interpreting. Please join us in Part One of a three-part Webinar ECG Review that will move from basic to challenging. In Part One, expect a review of the basics of an ECG tracing, how to read basic Lead II rhythms, and an introduction to 12 Lead interpretation.

Paramedics of all levels will benefit from joining this paramedic rounds, as you will be able to:

- Recognize common ECG rhythms

- Recognize common 12 Lead changes

- Identify situations where additional/advanced application of ECG/12 Lead interpretation may be beneficial in the pre-hospital setting

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Online Training Website:

Paramedics are eligible to receive continuing education (CE) points for reviewing our paramedic rounds. To receive one (1) CE point, click the link above to access the online quizzes available on our Online Training Website. The modules are located under "Rounds and Webinars" located in the left hand menu.

System Requirements:

General System Requirements:

- Adobe Flash Player 10.0.22+ plug-in

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- Broadband connection with 500+ Kbps

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