The ECG in Clinical Research

European Centre for Clinical Research Training (ECCRT)
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18.04.2012  Brussels
 
Course Content
The ECG in Clinical Research - This course is designed to give a basic understanding of the conducting system of the heart and will briefly cover the anatomy of the conducting system and the electrophysiology of cardiac contraction.
Learning objectives, training objectives
Understand the basic of cardiac electrophysiology
Recognise the different sections of the ECG trace
Know the basic language used in ECG reports
Detect some disorders of rate and rhythm
Understand why the various intervals are measured
Target Audience
This course is designed for non-medically qualified scientists working in the fields of clinical research and regulatory affairs. No previous knowledge is required
Certifications
ISO 9001:2008/ Q-for
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Sunita Kelecom
32 02 8924000
 
Categories
Surgery
Languages
English
Organizer contact info
Marcel Broodthaers plein 8b5
1060 Brussels
Belgium
Tel: 0032 02 8924000
info@eccrt.com
 
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