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The content described below includes heart and lung sounds, taking blood pressure, medical terminology and also links to free EKG training on EKG.Academy.
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Learn to auscultate heart and lung sounds. These modules cover both normal and abnormal sounds.
We present normal first and second heart sounds, split first and second heart sounds, third heart sounds, innocent murmurs and exercise related fast heart sounds.
This course will teach you about first heart sound auscultation. Before you take this course you should have finished the Normal Heart Sounds course and feel comfortable with your ability to listen and recognize normal heart sounds.
This course will teach you about the second heart sound. Before you take this course you should have finished the Normal Heart Sound and First Heart Sound courses. You should feel comfortable with the material presented.
We focus on describing eight key lung sounds with text and audio.
Quickly learn to take blood pressure and then practice on our virtual patients.
The basic principles of a sphygmomanometer and its use.
Methods and precautions for taking blood pressure manually.
Using our simulated blood pressure cuff, students observe the dial while listening and then enter pressure readings. Immediate feedback is provided.
A quick reference for medical terms and word parts. Lists by body system as well as alphabetic access.
Our concise summary of essential medical prefixes, suffixes and combining forms.
Free EKG training is available from Practical Clinical Skills website. This includes several training modules. Each of these modules includes lecture materials as well as interactive exercises within the lessons. Most modules include an ECG rhythm quiz. Users have the option of using a dashboard to track module completion and quiz results.
Learn the basics of EKGs terminology and interpretation. An entry-level quiz provides practice drills for EKG analysis.
Learn the fundamental concepts and methods for EKG interpretation. Interactive questions and answers are available throughout the module.
Learn about important EKG morphologic features. Practice drills are available within the module and a quiz concludes the course.
Students tested on normal sinus rhythm, sinus tachycardia, sinus bradycardia, sinus arrhythmia and asystole5 Questions
Students tested using Basic Test plus these additional tracings: ventricular tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation, junctional escape rhythm, pacemaker rhythm and premature ventricular complex.10 Questions
Access to our free content does not require that students or instructors register. But if they setup a free account, each person gets progress tracking on a personalized dashboard. Instructors can monitor student progress and quiz scores. Students are able to control who sees their progress and scores.