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This library is designed to strengthen your Rad Tech team by providing information related to the latest clinical techniques, patient satisfaction, treatment protocols, and diagnosis recognition and awareness.
This library is designed to strengthen your Rad Tech team by providing information related to the latest clinical techniques, patient satisfaction, treatment protocols, and diagnosis recognition and awareness.
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Produced by: echelon
This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood-containing materials.
This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood-containing materials.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to recognize error prone situations. It is recommended for all employees.
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to recognize error prone situations. It is recommended for all employees.
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Produced by: echelon
The Surviving Your First Years as a Nurse program serves as a guide with practical tips and techniques which are not normally taught in nursing school. It focuses on successfully making the transition from...
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The Surviving Your First Years as a Nurse program serves as a guide with practical tips and techniques which are not normally taught in nursing school. It focuses on successfully making the transition from student to professional nurse, minimizing legal risks, social media in health care, and other aspects of nursing which occur at and away from the bedside.
The Surviving Your First Years as a Nurse program serves as a guide with practical tips and techniques which are not normally taught in nursing school. It focuses on successfully making the transition from student to professional nurse, minimizing legal risks, social media in health care, and other aspects of nursing which occur at and away from the bedside.
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Produced by: Sigma Theta Tau International
Program Description: This program is designed to provide imaging professionals with an overview of 3D imaging techniques for computed tomography. The content addresses concepts of 3D image generation,...
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Program Description: This program is designed to provide imaging professionals with an overview of 3D imaging techniques for computed tomography. The content addresses concepts of 3D image generation, post-processing techniques, and treatment applications. This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium. Certificate of Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation.
Program Description: This program is designed to provide imaging professionals with an overview of 3D imaging techniques for computed tomography. The content addresses concepts of 3D image generation, post-processing techniques, and treatment applications. This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium. Certificate of Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation.
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Produced by: Echelon
The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US...
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The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens course teaches employees how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. This course is designed to meet OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site-specific instruction. Upon completion of the online course, students receive a course completion certificate that can be presented to their employer. There are no skills test or skills demonstration at the end of this course; however, the AHA provides an optional written exam if the employer requires an exam for completion. Primary Audience: The Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Course was designed specifically for workers with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, health and fitness club staff, and tattoo artists.
The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens course teaches employees how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. This course is designed to meet OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site-specific instruction. Upon completion of the online course, students receive a course completion certificate that can be presented to their employer. There are no skills test or skills demonstration at the end of this course; however, the AHA provides an optional written exam if the employer requires an exam for completion. Primary Audience: The Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Course was designed specifically for workers with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, health and fitness club staff, and tattoo artists.
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Produced by: AHA - American Heart Association
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Program Description: This course was designed for the nuclear technologist as a comprehensive guide to dysrhythmias commonly manifested by imaging patients. The content begins with a brief overview of...
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Program Description: This course was designed for the nuclear technologist as a comprehensive guide to dysrhythmias commonly manifested by imaging patients. The content begins with a brief overview of cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology; continues with a description of leads, lead placements, and waveforms for analysis; and concludes with a description of essential ECG rhythms and ECG strips that describes the needed identification criterion. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation. Mandatory Statement: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium.
Program Description: This course was designed for the nuclear technologist as a comprehensive guide to dysrhythmias commonly manifested by imaging patients. The content begins with a brief overview of cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology; continues with a description of leads, lead placements, and waveforms for analysis; and concludes with a description of essential ECG rhythms and ECG strips that describes the needed identification criterion. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation. Mandatory Statement: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium.
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Produced by: Echelon
Program Description: This course is written for all healthcare professionals who wish to expand their understanding of the awareness issues, risk factors, and treatment options for women and heart disease....
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Program Description: This course is written for all healthcare professionals who wish to expand their understanding of the awareness issues, risk factors, and treatment options for women and heart disease. Course content describes gender differences in the epidemiology of heart disease, the risk categories for women developing CHD (coronary heart disease), as well as appropriate interventions and treatment options for each risk category. AHA guidelines for non-invasive diagnosis and prevention of CHD in women are also presented.
Program Description: This course is written for all healthcare professionals who wish to expand their understanding of the awareness issues, risk factors, and treatment options for women and heart disease. Course content describes gender differences in the epidemiology of heart disease, the risk categories for women developing CHD (coronary heart disease), as well as appropriate interventions and treatment options for each risk category. AHA guidelines for non-invasive diagnosis and prevention of CHD in women are also presented.
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Produced by: Echelon
This course is designed to give the healthcare professional an overview of the definition, statistics, and patterns of domestic violence in America. The learner will understand this phenomenon from the...
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This course is designed to give the healthcare professional an overview of the definition, statistics, and patterns of domestic violence in America. The learner will understand this phenomenon from the perspective of both the batterer and the victim. They will also identify the physical, emotional, and psychological evidence of domestic violence. They will confront the factors that make caregivers reluctant to intervene in these situations and take action to help the victim. Also, in this updated course, the prevalence and the various types of domestic violence in the United States today will be discussed. Intimate partner violence - IPV, elder abuse and neglect, and child abuse and neglect will be presented, as well as appropriate protocols and tools the healthcare professional should utilize when screening a potential domestic violence victim. Also presented is the significant responsibility the healthcare professional has in combating and eliminating domestic violence. Note: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium. Program Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation.
This course is designed to give the healthcare professional an overview of the definition, statistics, and patterns of domestic violence in America. The learner will understand this phenomenon from the perspective of both the batterer and the victim. They will also identify the physical, emotional, and psychological evidence of domestic violence. They will confront the factors that make caregivers reluctant to intervene in these situations and take action to help the victim. Also, in this updated course, the prevalence and the various types of domestic violence in the United States today will be discussed. Intimate partner violence - IPV, elder abuse and neglect, and child abuse and neglect will be presented, as well as appropriate protocols and tools the healthcare professional should utilize when screening a potential domestic violence victim. Also presented is the significant responsibility the healthcare professional has in combating and eliminating domestic violence. Note: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium. Program Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation.
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Produced by: Echelon
The focus of this course is to assist the nurse in the calculation of oral, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intravenous medications. The content will cover dosage calculation for both the pediatric and adult...
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The focus of this course is to assist the nurse in the calculation of oral, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intravenous medications. The content will cover dosage calculation for both the pediatric and adult populations. Mathematical skills will be reviewed and practice problems will be included after each module to reinforce the math skills needed to correctly calculate physician ordered dosages. The focus of this course is to assist the nurse in the calculation of oral, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intravenous medications. The content will cover dosage calculation for both the pediatric and adult populations. Mathematical skills will be reviewed and practice problems will be included after each module to reinforce the math skills needed to correctly calculate physician ordered dosages. Note: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium. Certificate of Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation.
The focus of this course is to assist the nurse in the calculation of oral, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intravenous medications. The content will cover dosage calculation for both the pediatric and adult populations. Mathematical skills will be reviewed and practice problems will be included after each module to reinforce the math skills needed to correctly calculate physician ordered dosages. The focus of this course is to assist the nurse in the calculation of oral, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intravenous medications. The content will cover dosage calculation for both the pediatric and adult populations. Mathematical skills will be reviewed and practice problems will be included after each module to reinforce the math skills needed to correctly calculate physician ordered dosages. Note: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium. Certificate of Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation.
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Produced by: Echelon
ECG Series: This series, Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmia consists of four parts. As a student, you should: - Start here with the pre-test, - Leave this course and proceed to the other courses...
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ECG Series: This series, Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmia consists of four parts. As a student, you should: - Start here with the pre-test, - Leave this course and proceed to the other courses (Fundamentals of ECG and Basic Dysrythmia: sections 1 , 2 and 3, - Then end by returning here to the post-test. Pre-test: The Pre Test consists of 10 randomly chosen questions from each test in the entire series. There is no passing score; the Pre-test simply provides a baseline score to assist in evaluating how you, the learner, have progressed through the course by comparing a before and after score. Post-test: This post-test was designed specifically to provide the participant with feedback or learning outcome evaluation of their level of knowledge, comprehension, and application of ECG and dysrhythmias. This post-test assessment measures the following fundamentals: 1. Basic cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology including heart structure and function, leads and waveforms, and ECG strip analysis; 2. ECG rhythms: sinus, junctional, ventricular, and heart block rhythms in terms of their identification criteria, causes, and appropriate treatment protocol; 3. Treatment and pharmacologics: use, dosage, guidelines, and clinical impact of the drugs discussed.
ECG Series: This series, Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmia consists of four parts. As a student, you should: - Start here with the pre-test, - Leave this course and proceed to the other courses (Fundamentals of ECG and Basic Dysrythmia: sections 1 , 2 and 3, - Then end by returning here to the post-test. Pre-test: The Pre Test consists of 10 randomly chosen questions from each test in the entire series. There is no passing score; the Pre-test simply provides a baseline score to assist in evaluating how you, the learner, have progressed through the course by comparing a before and after score. Post-test: This post-test was designed specifically to provide the participant with feedback or learning outcome evaluation of their level of knowledge, comprehension, and application of ECG and dysrhythmias. This post-test assessment measures the following fundamentals: 1. Basic cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology including heart structure and function, leads and waveforms, and ECG strip analysis; 2. ECG rhythms: sinus, junctional, ventricular, and heart block rhythms in terms of their identification criteria, causes, and appropriate treatment protocol; 3. Treatment and pharmacologics: use, dosage, guidelines, and clinical impact of the drugs discussed.
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Produced by: Echelon
Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias Program was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 1 of our series provides the platform in understanding and...
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Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias Program was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 1 of our series provides the platform in understanding and analysis of ECG rhythms. The course begins with a review of cardiac anatomy and physiology in relation to electrophysiology, dysrhythmias and heart blocks; the course then advances into ECG including leads and waveforms followed by strip analysis. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider a review of the basic fundamentals of cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology, and is a recommended prerequisite to Part 2 - Rhythms and Part 3 - Treatment and Pharmacologics. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider a review of basic cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology. The content includes heart structure and function, cardiac depolarization and repolarization and repolarization, the relationship of each ECG waveform to the electrical events in the heart, waveform measurement, rate calculation, and analysis techniques for ECG strip interpreting and lead placement.
Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias Program was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 1 of our series provides the platform in understanding and analysis of ECG rhythms. The course begins with a review of cardiac anatomy and physiology in relation to electrophysiology, dysrhythmias and heart blocks; the course then advances into ECG including leads and waveforms followed by strip analysis. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider a review of the basic fundamentals of cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology, and is a recommended prerequisite to Part 2 - Rhythms and Part 3 - Treatment and Pharmacologics. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider a review of basic cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology. The content includes heart structure and function, cardiac depolarization and repolarization and repolarization, the relationship of each ECG waveform to the electrical events in the heart, waveform measurement, rate calculation, and analysis techniques for ECG strip interpreting and lead placement.
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Produced by: Echelon
Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 2 of our series is designed to advance clinical expertise with ECG...
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Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 2 of our series is designed to advance clinical expertise with ECG rhythms. This course outlines and interactively takes the participant step by step in identifying the essential ECG rhythms, heart blocks and causes, and outlines the ACLS treatment protocol. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider the knowledge and skills to differentiate sinus, junctional, and ventricular rhythms, and heart blocks in terms of their identification criteria, causes, and appropriate treatment protocol. This course is designed to provide the healthcare professional with an introduction to essential ECG rhythms. Sinus, junctional, ventricular, and heart block rhythms are discussed in terms of their identification criteria, causes, and appropriate treatment protocol. Recommended prerequisite to this course is Part 1 - A&P and ECG and to complete the series Part 3 - Treatment and Pharmacologics.
Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 2 of our series is designed to advance clinical expertise with ECG rhythms. This course outlines and interactively takes the participant step by step in identifying the essential ECG rhythms, heart blocks and causes, and outlines the ACLS treatment protocol. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider the knowledge and skills to differentiate sinus, junctional, and ventricular rhythms, and heart blocks in terms of their identification criteria, causes, and appropriate treatment protocol. This course is designed to provide the healthcare professional with an introduction to essential ECG rhythms. Sinus, junctional, ventricular, and heart block rhythms are discussed in terms of their identification criteria, causes, and appropriate treatment protocol. Recommended prerequisite to this course is Part 1 - A&P and ECG and to complete the series Part 3 - Treatment and Pharmacologics.
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Produced by: Echelon
Fundamentals of ECG & Dysrhythmias was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 3 of our series provides an overview of pacemakers and an introduction to...
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Fundamentals of ECG & Dysrhythmias was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 3 of our series provides an overview of pacemakers and an introduction to the pharmacologics generally used to manage dysrhythmias. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider the knowledge of the types of pacemakers, possible malfunctions, their causes, and appropriate actions. In addition, the healthcare provider will have the fundamental skills to identify ECG strip representations of pacemaker malfunctions and pharmacologics in terms of antiarrhythmic drug classifications, use, dosage, guidelines, and clinical impact. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider the knowledge of the types of pacemakers, possible malfunctions, their causes, and appropriate actions. In addition, this course will provide the fundamental skills to identify ECG strip representations of pacemaker malfunctions and pharmacologics in terms of antiarrhythmic drug classifications, use, dosage, guideline, and clinical impact.
Fundamentals of ECG & Dysrhythmias was designed to advance the clinical expertise in the understanding of dysrhythmias and ECG. Part 3 of our series provides an overview of pacemakers and an introduction to the pharmacologics generally used to manage dysrhythmias. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider the knowledge of the types of pacemakers, possible malfunctions, their causes, and appropriate actions. In addition, the healthcare provider will have the fundamental skills to identify ECG strip representations of pacemaker malfunctions and pharmacologics in terms of antiarrhythmic drug classifications, use, dosage, guidelines, and clinical impact. This course is intended to deliver to the healthcare provider the knowledge of the types of pacemakers, possible malfunctions, their causes, and appropriate actions. In addition, this course will provide the fundamental skills to identify ECG strip representations of pacemaker malfunctions and pharmacologics in terms of antiarrhythmic drug classifications, use, dosage, guideline, and clinical impact.
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Produced by: Echelon
This is the final portion of the ECG & Dysrhythmias Series. Upon completion of the Pre-assessment and the 3 ECG courses, complete the interactive case studies and review questions in this post-test...
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This is the final portion of the ECG & Dysrhythmias Series. Upon completion of the Pre-assessment and the 3 ECG courses, complete the interactive case studies and review questions in this post-test assessment developed specifically to measure your comprehension and clinical application of parts 1, 2, 3 of our "Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias Series". This course was designed specifically to provide the participant with feedback or learning outcome evaluation of their level of knowledge, comprehension, and application of ECG and dysrhythmias. This post-test assessment measures the following fundamentals: 1. Basic cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology including heart structure and function, leads and waveforms, and ECG strip analysis; 2. ECG rhythms: sinus, junctional, ventricular, and heart block rhythms in terms of their identification criteria, causes, and appropriate treatment protocol; 3. Treatment and pharmacologics: use, dosage, guidelines, and clinical impact of the drugs discussed.
This is the final portion of the ECG & Dysrhythmias Series. Upon completion of the Pre-assessment and the 3 ECG courses, complete the interactive case studies and review questions in this post-test assessment developed specifically to measure your comprehension and clinical application of parts 1, 2, 3 of our "Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias Series". This course was designed specifically to provide the participant with feedback or learning outcome evaluation of their level of knowledge, comprehension, and application of ECG and dysrhythmias. This post-test assessment measures the following fundamentals: 1. Basic cardiac anatomy, physiology, and electrophysiology including heart structure and function, leads and waveforms, and ECG strip analysis; 2. ECG rhythms: sinus, junctional, ventricular, and heart block rhythms in terms of their identification criteria, causes, and appropriate treatment protocol; 3. Treatment and pharmacologics: use, dosage, guidelines, and clinical impact of the drugs discussed.
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Produced by: Echelon
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Peripheral & Cardiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Peripheral & Cardiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Program Description: This HIV/AIDS course is designed for the healthcare professional who would like to learn more about the clinical management and current recommended treatment regimens of the patient who...
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Program Description: This HIV/AIDS course is designed for the healthcare professional who would like to learn more about the clinical management and current recommended treatment regimens of the patient who is HIV positive. HAART will be discussed, as well as treatment to control symptoms and to treat concurrent opportunistic and co-infections. This course is fully accredited by the Department of Health under 64B9-5.009, F.A.C. and 456.033, F.S. NOTE: The DOH-BRC does NOT approve the combination of all the 3 HIV/AIDS courses provided by echelon to count for the 4-hr HIV/AIDS education requirement for radiology professionals licensed in the state of Florida. Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation. ------------------ This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium.
Program Description: This HIV/AIDS course is designed for the healthcare professional who would like to learn more about the clinical management and current recommended treatment regimens of the patient who is HIV positive. HAART will be discussed, as well as treatment to control symptoms and to treat concurrent opportunistic and co-infections. This course is fully accredited by the Department of Health under 64B9-5.009, F.A.C. and 456.033, F.S. NOTE: The DOH-BRC does NOT approve the combination of all the 3 HIV/AIDS courses provided by echelon to count for the 4-hr HIV/AIDS education requirement for radiology professionals licensed in the state of Florida. Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation. ------------------ This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium.
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Produced by: Echelon
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
[READ MORE]
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Peripheral & Cardiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Peripheral & Cardiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
[READ MORE]
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes. To help your facility prepare for the October 2013 transition to ICD-10 codes, ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks are included with every case.
[READ LESS]
Produced by: MedLearn Publishing