ORDER AND DISORDER IN THE CARDIAC RHYTHM: BASICS PART 2 SELF-STUDY COURSE
Linda Moulton RN MS and Kriegh Moulton MD
20 Contact Hours California Board of Nursing Provider #12206, 170 Questions
The objectives for Part 2 of the course:
Upon completion of this program the learner will be able to…
Recall fundamentals of basic electrophysiology, including cellular physiology, anatomy and physiology of the conduction system.
State the types of EP studies and the objectives of each.
Be familiar with the indications for EP testing and the common clinical scenarios meeting these criteria.
Be familiar with key aspects of fluoroscopic anatomy.
Discuss the various responses to head-up tilt testing.
State a systematic approach to interpreting electrograms.
Part 2 Content
Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart and Conduction System
Basic Electrophysiologic Principles
Indications for EP Testing
Catheters and Catheter Placement
A Primer on Electrogram Recordings
Programmed Stimulation and the Propagating Impulse
Components of the EP Study