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Basic EKG Interpretation

Event Details

Date Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Time 8:00am - 12:00pm
Cost $150.00 per person for 3 sessions (September 17, September 18, and September 24)
Location St. Anthony Regional Hospital Education Center
311 South Clark St
Surgery Center, 4th Floor
Carroll, IA 51401
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Payment Note:
Payment reserves seat for 3 EKG sessions: September 17, 18, and 24.

Basic EKG Interpretation is a three part series.  The sessions are held September 17th from 8am-12pm, September 18th from 8am-12pm, and September 24th from 8am-4pm.  Registering for class on September 17th reserves a seat for all three sessions. 

This is an instructor-led class in which participants will learn and practice how to interpret basic EKG waveforms and apply treatment protocols through high-fidelity simulation. The instructor will review normal anatomy and physiology of the heart and discuss the fundamentals of electrocardiography waveforms. Participants should come away with a working knowledge of normal and abnormal dysrhythmias and blocks. Continuing Education offered: 15 Contact Hours. Registration includes tuition, text, course materials, and CE.

Cancellation/Refund Policy
A fee of $30, plus the cost of text if not returned, will be retained for cancellations received 10 days prior to course date. No refund for cancellations received less than 10 days prior to the course date, though registration is transferrable to another person attending the same session.

St. Anthony reserves the right to cancel the program due to insufficient enrollment. If this occurs, participant’s entire registration fee will be refunded.

All courses are led by AHA and ENA certified instructors.

Continuing Nursing Education
IBN Provider #72, St. Anthony Regional Hospital
CEU’s will be awarded only upon completion of the entire course.

St. Anthony Education Center, fourth floor of the Surgery Building.
Parking is available in the garage on the lower levels of the Education Center-Surgery Building.

Dress Code
Uniform required (i.e. scrubs or lab coat) and closed-toe shoes.

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