|Study day at venue|
|Case study submission|
An ECG is only useful as a screening tool when quality and adherence to guidelines exist.
The 12 lead ECG is an essential diagnostic tool in the management and treatment of ischaemic heart disease (Jevon, 2000).
When recording a 12 lead ECG it is important to ensure accuracy and standardisation in order to avoid misinterpretation of the ECG and mismanagement of the patient (Jevon, 2003).
GP, Health Care Assistant, Nurse, Registered Healthcare Practitioners, Paramedic
- This workshop can be a standalone course or undertaken with Day 2.
- This course demonstrates the ability to accurately perform an ECG, by which practitioners are assessed for competency in all Healthcare environments.
|Study Type||Face to face|
Very well presented and I fully understand all aspects of the training and importance of doing the test properly.