Welcome to an online course with ECG Practical Workshops!
This is an online course for veterinarians wanting practical experience and competence interpreting the most frequent ECG abnormalities, in order to be more confident and comfortable on arrhythmia diagnosis.
The aim of this course is to provide practical knowledge on the use of ECG in small animal practice. The target group is veterinarians with basic knowledge of ECG interpretation working in different fields of small animal medicine. This course is also recommended as a follow up to the 'ECG Essentials in Small Animal Practice' course, providing more ECG practical training.
National accreditations can be applied for upon request. Accredited for 6 EBP points (Belgium).
The course language is English.
Oriol Domenech DVM, MS, Dipl. ECVIM-CA (Cardiology), Chief of the Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology Department at the AniCura Istituto Veterinario di Novara, Italy, Chief of the Cardiology Department at the Anicura Clinica Veterinaria CMV Varese, Italy
Tommaso Vezzosi DVM, PhD, Resident ECVIM-CA (Cardiology) at the AniCura Istituto Veterinario di Novara and University of Pisa
Valentina Patata DVM, PhD, Resident ECVIM-CA (Cardiology), at the AniCura Istituto Veterinario Novara, Italy
This online course on ECG interpretation is set up in four practical and very interactive sessions. One week before each practical module eight ECG tracings will be send to the participants for their interpretation and report writing. During the practical module session the eight ECG tracings previously sent will be discussed and with an interactional and reciprocal tutorial.
After the course the participants will be able to:
- Get the methodology for a proper ECG tracing interpretation
- Make the diagnosis of the most frequent cardiac arrhytmias
- Write a standardized ECG report
- Diagnose the most common arrhythmias of dogs and cats
For more information see subpage 'Programme'.
This online course can be followed using a smartphone, tablet or computer but a computer is most recommended. We also recommend the use of a headset and a stable internet connection for the best online experience. Instructions will be sent approximately one week before the start of the course. A course certificate is sent after completion of the course.
The course fee is EUR 180 (excl VAT) for Non-AniCurians. AniCurians - costs will be handled internally. If you have any questions, read our FAQs or contact your practice manager or email@example.com. Late cancellation/no-show fees will be invoiced. Places are filled on a 'first come, first served' basis. For General Terms and Conditions see attachment.
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