EKG | ECG: An Ultimate Step-By-Step Guide to 12-Lead EKG | ECG Interpretation, Rhythms & Arrhythmias Including Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias by Chase AnderssonEKG | ECG
An Ultimate Step-By-Step Guide to 12-Lead EKG | ECG Interpretation, Rhythms & Arrhythmias Including Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias
We have researched extensively and consulted key figure in the nursing fraternity before coming up with this book. All the finer details you need as a nurse, so as to effectively interpret the EKG has been taken in to account and explained in a very friendly language.
We have started by explaining everything about the cardiac conduction system. This topic is very vital as it will help you to comprehend things as seen on the EKG. After that we have gone into detail about all the 5 effective parts of the EKG interpretation. We have taken a systematic approach here and made it easier for every reader including newbie nurses to understand everything. You will be amazed by how easy this topic has been made to look.
Then, we have the basic cardiac dysrhythmias explained in a very special way. This starts with the description of each arrhythmias followed by comprehensive details on how you should identify each on the EKG rhythm strip.
The book has also made a good use of diagram, so as to enable every principle to sink deeper into your memory. Buying this book will be a very WISE idea if all you want is to excel in the medical field.
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ECG Rhythm Recognition Practice - Test 1
Some dysrhythmias are potentially life threatening while other dysrhythmias are normal. Take the cardiac dysrhythmias nursing interventions on stroke quiz and get to refresh your memory before the nursing exam. Slow the heart rate down; call the doctor right away, there is nothing a nurse can do to help the patient. Slow the heart rate; encourage the patient to rest, give ordered medications for heart rate and pain, and provide O2 if indicated. Go in and take his pulse by hand, then monitor the rhythm, and check his vitals every 15 minutes for the next hour, then call the doctor and request a lower dose of the Beta blocker. Encourage the patient to stay in bed.
NCLEX Questions for Cardiac Dysrhythmias
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