What is an arrhythmia course?

Course Description The ECG/EKG Dysrhythmia Interpretation (same as Basic Arrhythmia) Course is a classroom-based, Instructor-led dysrhythmia recognition course designed to improve electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation skills and pharmacology knowledge for treating cardiovascular emergencies.

What is an electrophysiologist cardiologist?

A clinical cardiac electrophysiologist (cardiac EP) is a healthcare provider who treats heart rhythm problems. A cardiac EP is a type of cardiologist. A cardiologist is a healthcare provider who has had 3 or more years of extra training beyond internal medicine to treat problems of the heart and blood vessels.

How do I become an ECG technician?

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. You should have passed higher secondary education or 10+2 with Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics as subjects at intermediate level from any recognized institute/university with a minimum of 50% marks.
  2. Gain experience in the Healthcare field.
  3. Complete on-the-job Training or an EKG Technician Program.

What is a basic arrhythmia test?

A Basic Arrhythmia course is a recommended prerequisite for ACLS. A test will be given that will require you to recognize cardiac arrest rhythms and the most common bradycardias & tachycardias. Arrhythmias will be reviewed in teaching and skills stations in order to improve your skills.

Who is the best electrophysiologist in the world?

Natale. A world recognized leader in the field of electrophysiology, Dr. Natale is a dedicated clinician, academician and researcher.

How many electrophysiologists are there in the US?

According to the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), in 2011 there were 1,922 certified clinical electrophysiologists in the United States. The number of certified EPs has risen since 2008,4 although it is estimated that only 90 trained EPs enter the workforce annually.

How do I become an electrophysiology nurse?

There are two education pathways that can lead to this credential. One involves pursuing an Associate of Science in Nursing while the other involves pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Both of these degrees must be from an institution accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

How long is electrophysiology fellowship?

The USF Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Training Program is 24 months in length and can be undertaken after completion of required training for board certification in cardiovascular disease.