- 0Feb 14, '13 by tkancaWhich EKG course seems like it would be more beneficial. I am starting on a Telemetry/Step-down unit in a month as a new grad:
- 0Feb 16, '13 by turnforthenurseRNAny EKG course would be beneficial, as the rhythms are all the same and so are the treatments.
Before you spend your money, though, check and see if your facility offers an EKG course. I work on a PCU and had to take an EKG and a vasoactive drip course as part of my orientation, and of course it was free to employees.
Also look into ACLS, which is often almost always free to employees or offered for a reduced cost.
- 0Feb 16, '13 by Pam.Kellyhttp://www.allnurses.ir/portabl/wp-c.../ecg-study.pdf
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