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Summary of what we have covered

In this step, we go over what we have cover in week 2 of the course.
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Congratulations! You have reached the final few steps of ECG Assessment: an Introduction for Healthcare Providers.
We hope you have found the two weeks both enjoyable and useful for enhancing your knowledge and informing your clinical practice.
In this final week, we’ve explored:
  1. Challenges in obtaining a high-quality ECG and finding solutions to these.
  2. The relationship between the heart’s electrical activity and the ECG waveforms.
  3. ECG parameters for normal sinus rhythm.
  4. Key features of arrhythmias and their potential impact on people.
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