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Thank you for joining us!

Congratulations on reaching the end of the course! We hope that you’ve enjoyed it as much as we have enjoyed creating it and that by participating you feel that you …

Where do I go from here?

Courses at Kingston University and St George’s, University of London Formed in 1996, the Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education is a joint enterprise between two leading universities, Kingston …

Summary of what we have covered

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 …

How do arrhythmias affect people?

Arrhythmias can have a number of physiological effects which may lead to a range of symptoms. In particular, there is a loss of the normal co-ordinated depolarisation and contraction of …

Supraventricular arrhythmias: an introduction

Abnormal heart rhythms occur when the electrical impulse does not originate at the sinus node and follow the normal path through the atria and ventricles. In this presentation, we look …

Ventricular arrhythmias: an introduction

Abnormal heart rhythms occur when the electrical impulse does not originate at the sinus node and follow the normal path through the atria and ventricles. In this presentation, we look …

Parameters for normal sinus rhythm

In this presentation, we look at the parameters for normal sinus rhythm. This includes a review of the normal waveforms and relationships between them. We will also be looking at …

Barriers to obtaining a high quality ECG recording

During this presentation, we will look at some of the most common barriers to obtaining a high-quality ECG recording, including inaccurately placed electrodes or leads, electrical interference, skeletal muscle activity …

Looking ahead to next week

We hope you are enjoying the course so far! Next week, we will be building on what you’ve learned by exploring: Challenges you may face in obtaining a high-quality ECG. …

Post-procedure considerations

In our fifth and final video of our ‘How to record an ECG’ series, Clinical Simulation Specialist, Jasmine Burnett, talks us through the post-procedure considerations required when doing a standard …

Attaching the leads

In the third video of our ‘How to record an ECG’ series, Clinical Simulation Specialist Jasmine Burnett shows how to attach the leads for a standard ECG recording. Embedding your …

Recording the ECG and documentation

In the fourth video of our ‘How to record an ECG’ series, Clinical Simulation Specialist Jasmine Burnett demonstrates how to record and document a standard ECG recording.