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What Will I Learn In This Course
Introduction to Electrocardiography Vital Signs
EKG Equipment and Supplies Electrocardiography procedure
Medical Terminology EKG Interpretation
Anatomy of the Heart Safety Considerations
Anatomy of the cardiovascular system Blood Vessels
Cardiovascular Pathology Hematology
Next Class: January 15, 2019
Class Duration: 10 weeks
Class Days: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
Class Time: 9am-2pm - Morning Classes 3pm-8pm - Evening Classes
Upon successful completion of classroom instruction and labs, students will take their Phlebotomy Certification Exam and their EKG Certification Exam with PATCH Career Institute.
Enroll now for our January 15, 2019 class
Students will be able to demonstrate their acquired knowledge of infection control and safety, basic anatomy and physiology terminology, specimen collection in the overall patient care system, proper techniques to perform venipunctures, basic electrophysiology of the heart; and the correct use of ECG/EKG equipment.
After successful completion of the program, graduates will have the necessary skills to draw blood from patients in hospitals, blood banks, clinics, doctors’ offices, laboratories, and other medical facilities. Skills will include gathering equipment; confirming identity of patient/donor; comforting the patient; applying tourniquet to arm; locating vein; disinfecting the area; and inserting needle into vein to draw blood into collection tube. After blood is collected, students will label and store blood container(s) for processing; perform interviews with patients and take vital signs and test specimen to screen donors at the local blood banks.