Prerequisite: BIOL 1240 Health and Disease in the Human Body and/or currently enrolled in a Practical Nursing Program, Registered Nursing Program or be an LPN or RN. Proof of program acceptance or license will be required at the beginning of the course.
This course teaches electrocardiography, which includes understanding cardiac anatomy and physiology, the components of the cardiac cycle, and basic heart rhythms. Students will learn how to perform a 12-lead ECG while working in a simulated laboratory setting. The topics of exercise electrocardiography and ambulatory monitoring will also be covered.
Transfer Curriculum Goal(s): none