ECG & TELEMETRY
AFIB RVR is an emergency, and identifying and managing atrial fibrillation is necessary for all nurses within the ER and hospitals.
[social_warfare] Ventricular arrhythmias like VTACH and VFIB occur in and out of the hospital. The only difference is, people aren't hooked up to the monitors. So instead of catching the arrhythmia, the patient goes unresponsive. VTACH and VFIB are HUGE deals, and...
Understand the key differences in a STEMI & an NSTEMI including how to detect a STEMI on the EKG, the different kinds of STEMIs, and the acute management involved including which medications to give!
Learn how to read an EKG Rhythm strip, which is an essential skill of any nurse!
Use these vagal maneuvers to stop your patient’s SVT and restore normal sinus rhythm!