EKG & Pulse Oximetry Skills (1.5 CEUs)
For allied health professionals looking to add to their skill set, with classroom and hands-on experience. Learn basic skills in administering a 12-lead EKG, including cardiac anatomy and function; appropriate skin preparation; proper lead placement; and identification of P, Q, R, S, and T wave forms. Learn to recognize a normal versus abnormal electrocardiogram, prevent artifacts, and adapt to unusual patient situations. Also learn pulse oximetry measurement. Class covers sensor placement and pulse correlation techniques to measure oxygen saturation accurately. Please note: This course does not prepare you to become an EKG technician. It is appropriate for nurse aides, medical assistants and those preparing for patient care technician positions (PCT). Students should read the first two chapters prior to the start of class.
Fee: $279 plus text
Instructor: Mark Rouleau, R.N.
You must attend all sessions to receive a certificate of completion.
Open the Continuing Education Registration Form, fill out that page and follow these instructions:
Course fees are payable at time of registration. No written confirmations are mailed. You are assured of a place in class unless notified otherwise; attend the first class as scheduled.
Register by Email: Complete registration form with VISA, MasterCard or Discover number and expiration date. Email to email@example.com.
Register by Facsimile: Complete registration form with VISA, MasterCard or Discover number and expiration date. Fax to 860.255.3675.
Register in Person:
- Monday through Friday: 9AM-4PM
- Register in the Continuing Education office, 700 Building, Room 7-116 (across from the library).
Register by Mail:
Registration form and payment information (checks/money orders made out to Tunxis Community College) must reach us at least one week prior to the start of the course.
Tunxis Community College
Continuing Education Office
271 Scott Swamp Road
Farmington, CT 06032
Registration must be completed in full with payment information, date of birth and social security number.For more information contact the Continuing Education office at 860.255.3666.