Certificate Course in ECGMEDVARSITY ONLINE LIMITED
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To achieve full utility of ECG as diagnostic and therapeutic Guide. Enable doctor to interpret ECG confidently. Identification of cases requiring further management. Identification of critical cases for specialist care.
Requirements: MBBS Graduates, Post Graduate students; General Practitioners (Including Alternative Medicine); Under Graduate Medical students; Healthcare professionals; Nurses
India is witnessing a rise in cases of coronary artery disease, majority of which are of acute onset. These cases require timely diagnosis and treatment. Electrocardiogram (ECG) is the best diagnostic tool available, which is simple, easy and non-invasive investigation.
ECG monitoring is becoming more common in both inpatient and outpatient caresettings. Hence, it is important to have a sound knowledge and ability to interpret ECG accurately and quickly for classifying patients of acute coronary syndrome. This necessitates that not only specialists, but also other healthcare professionals like General practitioners, Interns, Post Graduate students, Nurses and Paramedical staff should have basic understanding of ECG for timely diagnosis.To cater to the need for a quality course on ECG, Medvarsity offers a Certificate course in ECG for healthcare professionals. This course has been designed to provide understanding on basic concepts of ECG that would help as a guidepost while dealing with cases of acute coronary syndrome and rhythm disturbances. To provide better understanding and for more effective learning, multimedia based animations with ECG graphs have been used. These demonstrations are interactive and enhance learning ability.The course has five modules which deals with the following topics:
Basics of ECG
Coronary Artery Diseases
Conduction Defects, Chamber Enlargement & Hypertrophy.
Each module is divided into discrete learning units. The purpose of these learning units is to impart students better knowledge, and understanding of terminology and physiology in ECG interpretation.