Abnormal Electrical Conductions: Harbinger or Harmless?
This presentation aims to provide the listener with a review of proper 12-lead acquisition, review of the anatomy and physiology of the cardiac electrical conduction system and electrical vectors, providing a foundation to discuss and understand the pathophysiology of abnormal electrical conductions. This lecture will review how to identify the presence of, determine clinical relevance related to, and clinically correlate the management of patients with bundle branch blocks, hemifascicular blocks, and axis deviation to deem them as harbingers or harmless.
Kyle Luckey-Smith, CFRN, CCRN, FP-C
Elizabeth Owen, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, CFRN
Learner Outcome: Upon completion of this course, you will be able to identify, determine the relevance of, and clinically correlate the abnormal electrical conductions of bundle branch blocks, hemifascicular blocks, and axis deviation.
ANCC Disclosure: The planners and presenters of this course have no conflicts of interest and there was no commercial support of this activity. The course will provide 1.0 contact hour of CNE, upon complete review of course webinar and submitting an evaluation. Course expires 6/30/2023.
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