Nursing CEU Modules


Directions for nursing CEU credit: Review the material in the module. Download the test form. Take the test. Fax or send the answer sheet with a form of payment. Passing score is 75%. You have 3 chances to take the test. Upon completion you will receive a CEU certificate. Critical Care ED is an approved provider of continuing education in nursing by the California Board of Nursing. Allow 7-10 days for processing.

Modules available:

Electronics (3 contact hours) (Cost $25)

Module objectives: Upon completion of this module the learner will be able to:

Identify various electrical quantities and their measurement
Explain Ohm’s law and the relationship among all of its components
Apply Ohm’s law to clinical practice
Explain the concepts governing resistors, capacitors, inductors
Explain the role of impedance in pacemakers and with radiofrequency ablation
Discuss the principles of electrode recordings

Electronics Module

Electronics Questions

Electronics Test Form

Anatomy and Physiology Part 1 (3 contact hours) (Cost $25)

Module objectives: Upon completion of this module the learner will be able to:

Name three of the surfaces of the heart.
Define RAO and LAO.
Recite the pathway of blood movement through the heart.
Describe the interior of each heart chamber.
Recall 2 of the 3 main coronary arteries.
List the various portions of the heart fed by each coronary artery.
Discuss the locations of the various branches of the coronary venous system.
List the 3 layers of heart muscle.
Describe the role of arterial baroreceptors.
Discuss the role of various natriuretic peptides.
List the various types and roles of sympathetic nervous system receptors which influence the functioning of the heart.
Contrast the roles of sympathetic and parasympathetic stimulation in the heart.
Discuss the various phases of the cardiac cycle.
Define heart rate, preload, afterload, and contractility.
Discuss myocardial oxygen consumption factors.
Describe the impact of the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System on heart functioning.

A and P module Part 1

A and P Part 1 QUIZ

A and P Part 1 Test Form

Basic Electrophysiology  Part 1 (3 contact hours) ($25)

Module Objectives: Upon completion of this module the learner will be able to:

State in correct order the movement of the electrical impulse through the conduction system.
Describe the anatomy of the AV junction.
Name two types of accessory AV connections.
Define automaticity, excitability, conductivity, refractoriness, and contractility.
Differentiate depolarization from repolarization.
Discuss the refractory periods in ventricular conduction.
Describe the ventricular action potential.
Describe two types of arrhythmia mechanisms.
State the inherent or intrinsic rate of the various parts of the conduction system.

Basic Electrophysiology Part1

Basic Electrophysiology Part 1 Quiz

Basic Electrophysiology Part 1 Test Form