Do you think the time it takes to capture a 12-lead ECG is worth it? Would you argue that a lack of transmission capability or a limit in protocols means you can’t do much with an ECG? This episode will challenge that thinking and encourage you to learn more about the power of an ECG and how much you really can do at first patient contact.
One thing is clear, accurate and consistent ECG interpretation requires broader exposure to 12-leads and the training to recognize issues. Expert and internationally recognized speaker Bob Page shares his insights with CHEPcast, and gives everyone a sneak peak at his approach to teaching.
We’ll also learn more about ECG technology as well as systems that are making great advances in ECG interpretation and STEMI programs. And, of course, we have another CHEPtip to help you follow in their footsteps.
Listen in and then come on back to the blog to share your thoughts and comments. What do you think are some of the misconceptions of ECG assessment? What frustrates you/excites you about the current technology on the market? And what’s next?
Want to learn more on this topic? Sign up for Bob Page’s upcoming course at CHEP, the Multi-Lead Medics 12 Lead ECG Interpretation Workshop. More info and registration can be found in the CHEP catalog.
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