Advanced Cardiac Monitoring: Ventricular Ectopy vs. Aberrancy

This program, updated in 2011, assesses the cardiac waveform to distinguish clinically insignificant changes from those warranting immediate intervention.Focuses on differentiation between ventricular ectopy and aberrancy through authentic examples of rhythm strips and 12-lead ECGs. Describes action potential phases of the cardiac ventricular cells and explains the difference between normal cardiac impulse conduction and ventricular ectopic impulse conduction.

Compares right bundle branch block aberration to left ventricular ectopy and left bundle branch block aberration to right ventricular ectopy. Defines Torsades de Pointes, its causes and management.

This program also includes a workbook that can be ordered separately.
Price: $199.00 USD

Product ID: MED930
Media: DVD
Year: 2011
Duration: 16:38 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Cardiology
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