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Advanced 12-Lead Interpretation, A Case Based Approach

Advanced 12-Lead Interpretation, A Case Based Approach

Mark Sawdon, Dan Schwartz

12 lead interpretation has quickly become the standard of care for both pre-hospital and in-hospital providers. Do you feel like you have a pretty solid foundation to your 12 lead assessment? Do you feel like you can identify many of the injury patterns with your systematic approach? If the answer is yes, I would like to invite you to join me for an informative, cased based, interactive presentation specifically crafted for the experienced provider. The ideal course attendee will have a solid systematic approach to reading a 12 Lead, possess the basic knowledge of medications delivered during cardiac events and a strong understanding of basic rhythms and the anatomy of the heart and coronary vessels. This will be a fast paced presentation chalked full of actual 12 leads from real patient encounters!

Learner Objectives:

1. At the conclusion of this presentation the learner we be able to identify the components of a systematic approach to the interpretation of a 12 Lead EKG.

2. At the conclusion of this presentation the learner we be able to identify how to apply the systematic approach to interpretation into the differential diagnosis for their patient.

3. At the conclusion of this presentation the learner will be able to apply the “lessons learned” to their own practice.

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Mark Sawdon, Dan Schwartz

12 lead interpretation has quickly become the standard of care for both pre-hospital and in-hospital providers. Do you feel like you have a pretty solid foundation to your 12 lead assessment? Do you feel like you can identify many of the injury patterns with your systematic approach? If the answer is yes, I would like to invite you to join me for an informative, cased based, interactive presentation specifically crafted for the experienced provider. The ideal course attendee will have a solid systematic approach to reading a 12 Lead, possess the basic knowledge of medications delivered during cardiac events and a strong understanding of basic rhythms and the anatomy of the heart and coronary vessels. This will be a fast paced presentation chalked full of actual 12 leads from real patient encounters!

Learner Objectives:

1. At the conclusion of this presentation the learner we be able to identify the components of a systematic approach to the interpretation of a 12 Lead EKG.

2. At the conclusion of this presentation the learner we be able to identify how to apply the systematic approach to interpretation into the differential diagnosis for their patient.

3. At the conclusion of this presentation the learner will be able to apply the “lessons learned” to their own practice.