Your patient just arrived on the unit. Now you are placing them onto the remote telemetry kit. The telemetry monitor at the nursing station is ringing loudly, and you hear your name being called about your patient’s rhythm.
Marcia Gamaly – Essential Rhythm Interpretation Skills for Nurses
- Placement and management of telemetry leads
- Placement that is appropriate for 3-, 4-, 5, 5-, and 6–Lead systems
- VIDEO: Lead placement
- Current recommendations for Lead management
- Alarm management
- Patient safety is a concern
- Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goal
- VIDEO: Tips for minimizing alarming
- Rhythm Interpretation
- Cardiac anatomy
- Cardiac conduction system
- Measurement tips
- 8 steps to interpret
- Sinus rhythms
- Sinus rhythm
- Sinus bradycardia
- Sinus tachycardia
- Sinus arrhythmia
- Sinus blockage and sinus arrest
- VIDEO – Pacer pad placement
- Atrial rhythms
- Premature atrial Contractions (PACs).
- Atrial Tachycardia
- Atrial flutter
- Atrial fibrillation
- Wandering Atrial Pacemaker (WAP)
- VIDEO OF CENTROVERSION
- Junctional rhythms
- Junctional rhythm
- Accelerated Junctional
- Junctional tachycardia
- Junctional escape beat
- Premature Junctional Contractions
- Ventricular rhythms
- Ventricular rhythm
- Accelerated ventricular
- Ventricular Tachycardia
- Premature Ventricular Contractions (PVCs),
- Torsades de Pointes
- Ventricular fibrillation
- VIDEO: Code 99 Management
- VIDEO: Defibrillation
- Heart block
- 1st degree
- Type I – 2nd Degree
- Type II – 2nd Degree
- 3rd degree
- VIDEO: Transcutaneous pacemaker management
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- To interpret a rhythm accurately, you must take 8 steps.
- With a nurse, you can learn how to interpret rhythms
- Educator – Not an online module
- Learn more about the treatment and intervention options. for common & uncommon rhythms
- So. . . You’ve taken a rhythm class, but still struggle with interpretation?
- Your practice should be yours! Don’t rely on a monitor technician to read your rhythms
Your patient just arrived on the unit. Now you are placing them onto the remote telemetry kit. The telemetry monitor at the nursing station is ringing loudly, and you hear your name being called about your patient’s rhythm. Panic sets in…. Is it possible to interpret the rhythm correctly?!
Learn from a nurse practitioner Marcia GamalyRN, PhD(c), MSN. MHA, MSN-During this unique learning opportunity, BC, CEN and PCCN will be involved. Analyzing actual patient rhythm strips will give you new insights that will drastically impact patient care outcomes.
- Don’t fear calls from the physician asking what the patient’s rhythm is! Improve your skills so
- Answering physician questions accurately is possible
- Feel confident in your rhythm interpretation for Each complicated patient you care for.
- Prevent the need for medication and intervention for A variety of rhythms.
- Rapid diagnosis and management of arrhythmias will improve patient outcomes.
Here’s what you’ll get in Marcia Gamaly – Essential Rhythm Interpretation Skills for Nurses
Marcia Gamaly – Essential Rhythm Interpretation Skills for Nurses Sample
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes