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Module 1: ECG Interpretation
- Reading an ECG
- Diagnosing VT
- Brady / Tachy Arrhythmia
- Narrow complex
- Wide Complex
- ECGs where the wrong medicine (including digoxin) will kill your patient
- Atrial Fibrillation
- ECG Interpretation including Heart Blocks
Module 2: Infarction
- Cardiac Arrest State of the Art
- Rapid rule out MI
- Management of chest pain
Module 3: Managing Risk
- COVID 19 infection & Vaccination Related Cardiac Issues
- Heart Failure
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