Online Education
 
Lifeline Educators, in conjunction with Saint Anthony Hospital’s EMS Education Department, provides self-paced online educational materials to medical providers.

These online offerings allow lecture material to be viewed any time, anywhere, on most computers and mobile web devices.  Integrated online testing modules and workbook exercises complete the learning experience.

Continuing Education credits, and/or course-completion certificates will be awarded upon successful completion of courses.  In some cases, an on-site final examination may be required.

Access to online material will be granted once payment for the course has been received (allow up to 24 hours to allow payment verification).  Students will be allowed to begin viewing currently available coursework through their online education “home” page, once individual registration (and course payment) has been completed.
 


Basic EKG Interpretation – (32 CE hours)
$150.00 (Textbook not included)

This program is a self paced online video-mediated course that is intended to teach the student the skills necessary to accurately interpret three-lead EKGs.

Participants will watch a series of video presentations and will complete corresponding assignments and take a series of quizzes.

Course content consists of cardiac anatomy and physiology, electrophysiology and interpretation of sinus, atrial, and junctional rhythms.

Additional content includes interpretation of heart blocks and ventricular rhythms, as well as applicable interventions. Additionally, the student will be introduced to 12-lead EKGs and patterns consistent with acute coronary syndrome.


Advanced EKG Interpretation – (20 CE hours)
$150.00 (e-Text Included)

This program is an online EKG course that is intended for the student who has completed a basic EKG course or has a working knowledge of the basic EKG.   The student will observe an introductory lecture on the various topics, followed by completion of exercises designed to help reinforce the subject material.

Course topics include lead placement for the 12 and 15-lead EKGs, electrical axis and deviations, enhanced acute coronary syndrome and location identification.

Also built-in are bifasicular and hemiblocks, ventricular hypertrophy, supraventricular and ventricular tachycardias and rhythm patterns consistent with preexcitation syndromes.

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