Internal Medicine Conference Details

Holter Monitoring CME

Date: January 17, 2014
Location: Fort Worth, Texas 76102, United States
Email: lindsay@npinstitute.com
URL: http://www.npinstitute.com/product-p/holter-monitoring.htm
Description: This four-hour course will provide an overview of Holter (Ambulatory ECG Monitoring) monitoring of patients. Attendees should be competent in recognizing common arrhythmias. The first section will review the history of Holter monitoring, the basic technique involved and the current indications. Examples of equipment will be demonstrated. The second section will focus on the technical application, the settings and the proper instructions to patients. The third section will concentrate on the interpretation of the results. Common encountered arrhythmias will be reviewed and example Holter monitoring results will be discussed. The fourth section detail proper codes utilized for reimbursement.

3.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ - maximum

Venue: Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel & Spa

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1 Electrocardiography changes in bipolar patients during long-term lithium monotherapy General Hospital Psychiatry, August 5, 2014
2 Ventricular arrhythmias are not a short-term reproducible phenomenon – why long recording monitoring is necessary Journal of Electrocardiology, May 22, 2014
3 Usefulness of electrocardiographic parameters for risk prediction in arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia The American Journal of Cardiology, May 20, 2014
4 Clinical significance of second degree Wenckebach type sinoatrial block identified during Holter monitoring in patients with symptoms suggestive of arrhythmia EP Europace, August 8, 2014
5 Relation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to atrial and ventricular arrhythmias The American Journal of Cardiology, June 24, 2014

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