ECG Academy: Advanced Level Video Lecture Course-Videos

ECG Academy: Advanced Level Video Lecture Course-Videos

 

Easy to understand, entertaining, high-definition video tutorials SHOW you what you need to know to read an ECG. Then learn how to approach complex unknown tracings with “how-to” ChalkTalk videos to gain confidence.

60+ Hours and Growing
280+ ChalkTalks
Advanced Topics
(Levels 1+2+3)
Medical Residents, Cardiology/EP Fellows, Practicing MDs
Weekly ChalkTalks
Lesson videos build a foundation of knowledge from the bottom up, and important concepts are repeated to make sure you get it! We will show you how to diagnose basic and complex arrhythmias you may find on a rhythm strip. If your goal is to read 12-lead ECGs, our physiologic approach will explain WHY the ECG looks the way it does, which helps you to remember what to look for.

One unique part of ECG Academy are the weekly ChalkTalks, which are 5-minute video tutorials based on a real rhythm strip or 12-lead ECG. These practical “how-to” lessons help you gain confidence in applying your knowledge to an unknown tracing. If you already know the basics, ChalkTalks help you improve your skills. You will learn how to read complex ECGs that don’t look like the ones in the textbook!

SYLLABUS:

BASICS OF ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC TESTING

Introduction to Electrophysiologic Testing
EP Electrograms
His Bundle Recordings
Atrial/Ventricular Pacing and PES
Refractory Periods
MECHANISMS OF ARRHYTHMIAS

Disorders of impulse generation
Disorders of impulse conduction
Reentry
Abnormal automaticity
Triggered activity
ADVANCED SINUS NODE CONCEPTS

Sinus Node Physiology
Sinus Node Dysfunction
Tachy-Brady Syndrome
SA Exit Block
EP Testing: Sinus CL and SNRT
EP Testing: SACT and Intrinsic Heart Rate
ADVANCED AV NODE CONCEPTS

AV Node Physiology
First Degree AV Block
Second Degree AV Block
Third Degree AV Block
EP Testing: His Bundle Electrograms
EP Testing: “Level of the Block”
Evaluating “Trifascicular Block”
Advanced Concepts in AV Node Anatomy
ATRIAL ARRHYTHMIAS

Distinguishing different types of atrial flutter
“Common” vs. “Uncommon” Atrial Flutter
“Atypical” Atrial Flutter
Atrial Fibrillation Revisited
Automatic versus reentry atrial tachycardia
“Triggered” atrial arrhythmias
PAROXYSMAL SUPRAVENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA

Introduction to PSVT
AV Nodal Reentry
New Concepts in AVNRT
P-wave Timing and AVNRT
EP Testing and Ablation
PRE-EXCITATION (WPW Syndrome)

Physiologic basis for pre-excitation
Location of accessory pathways
Relating 12-lead ECGs to pre-excitation
Orthodromic AV Reentry Tachycardia
Antidromic AV Reentry Tachycardia
Atrial Fibrillation and WPW
WIDE QRS TACHYCARDIAS

VT Versus SVT with Aberrancy
AV dissociation and “Capture Beats”
Analyzing QRS Morphology
Causes of Aberrancy
ADVANCED CONCEPTS IN VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS

Distinguishing automatic versus reentry
Identification of VT site of origin
Exercise-Induced VT
Brugada Syndrome
IDIOPATHIC VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA SYNDROMES

“Idiopathic” ventricular arrhythmias
VT arising from right ventricular outflow tract
Arrhythmogenic RV Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy
Idiopathic left ventricular (Belhassen’s) tachycardia
LONG QT SYNDROME

Electrophysiologic events of the cardiac cycle
Genetic basis for Long QT Syndrome
Types of Congenital Long QT Syndrome
Torsades de pointes
Drug-induced long QT syndrome
INTRODUCTION TO PACEMAKERS

Types of pacemakers
Single Chamber Timing Cycles
Dual Chamber Timing Cycles
Pacemaker Troubleshooting
Examples of Normal and Abnormal Pacer Function

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