DATE: 01 May VENUE: Protea Hotel Centurion - Pretoria LANGUAGE: English
Payment on or before 28/02/2019:
R 3 490
Payment after 28/02/2019:
R 4 490
CPD POINTS: 14
This course is a comprehensive workshop covering the major aspects of ECG monitoring and treatment in an emergency situation. This workshop is designed to cover, in-depth, the structure and function of the heart system. The workshop will provide detailed lectures and studies structured to enhance your knowledge and skills. It will enable you to reach a high level of competence in the assessment and management of patients with cardiac emergencies. Case studies and interactive group discussions from an integral part of the course.
To enable delegates to describe this conduction system of the heart.
To examine the pathogenesis of cardiac dysrhythmias.
To fully understand the basic ECG waves, complexes and deflections.
To analysis criteria fro it's clinical significance's and specific management of dysrhthmias.
Opening & Welcome
Applied anatomy and physiology. Monitoring and recording ECG strip and 12-lead ECG's.
Interpretation of the normal ECG; rhythm strip analysis and specific nursing interventions.
Narrow QRS complexes; rhythm strip analysis and specific nursing interventions.
Junctional Dysrhythmias; rhythm strip analysis and specific nursing interventions.
Wide QRS complexes; rhythm strip analysis and specific nursing interventions.
Practicing rhythm strip analysis.
Bundle branch blocks and AV blocks; rhythm strip analysis and specific nursing interventions.
Myocardial ischemia and infarction; rhythm strip analysis and specific nursing interventions.
Group Work- Case Studies discussion.
* The Registration fee includes 2 days workshop, Snacks, refreshments, learning material, certificate of attendance.
NB: We hereby inform our valued clients that according to our Terms and Conditions of payment, no refunds are offered for any cancellation due to the financial implications associated with logistical arrangements prior any workshop/ training/ course.
All cancellations must be communicated to HAI office in writing for the particular booking to be automatically rescheduled for the next workshop/ training/ course or preferably send a substitute who holds an authorisation letter from the previously registered client.
The workshop agenda is subject to change if, for any reasons beyond the control of the organisers, it becomes necessary to alter the content, times, dates, venue or speakers.