Interpreting and Applying the 12 Lead ECG in Clinical Settings

Interpreting ECG results have become increasingly important in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. In this two-hour course, learn from Dr. Caroline Miller Reilly on how to interpret and apply the 12 Lead ECG in a clinical setting. At the completion of the course, learners will be able to understand the major components of a 12-lead…

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Telehealth and Virtual Patient Care: Best Practices

COVID-19 has changed patient care forever, including a shift to more virtual care. This session explores commonly used platforms for telehealth care, and regulatory guidelines every health care provider should know. Walk away with outcomes-driven data on virtual visits and best practices for incorporating telehealth into your daily practice.

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Heart Sounds: What is Your Patient’s Heart Telling You?

Join Jane Linderbaum, MS, CNP, AACC, as she reviews basic heart sounds (S1, S2) and how to recognize third and fourth sounds, gallops, and pericardial rubs. After this course, you will be able to describe and identify diagnostic heart sounds/murmurs including hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, mitral valve prolapse, and aortic and mitral stenosis and regurgitation. Additionally, this…

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Navigating Resources to Assist Patients in Managing CVD

Pat Jolley, RN, winner of the 2020 innovative project abstract category discusses “Matters of the Heart,” a program that helps patients access materials over the web and/or phone to gain basic information about topics and issues that are impacted by their CVD diagnosis.

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The QT Interval: Too Hot, Too Cold, Just Right

  Dr. Michael Ackerman, Director of the Long QT Syndrome Clinic at Mayo Clinic, discusses the importance of the QT Interval and the risk of sudden cardiac death. This course covers the pathophysiology of common causes of cardiac syncope and the evaluation and management of cardiac syncope with a focus on counseling patients to return…

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