Electrocardiography: 36 Hrs

 

Electrocardiography

Student will label the major internal and external structures of the heart; describe the major functions of the cardiovascular system. Identify the five types of blood vessels, label the electrical conduction of the heart and obtain a standard EKG rhythm strip.

Describe and identify ECG characteristics of Sinus Rhythms, Atrial Rhythms, Junctional Rhythms, Ventricular Rhythms, Atrioventricular, AV Blocks, different components of Pacemaker Rhythm.

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Phlebotomy Technician : 36 Hrs

In this course students will be able to demonstrate various methods of Phlebotomy such as; vacuum method for venous blood withdrawal, an autolet blood withdrawal for glucose level, the proper use of a microhematocrit centrifuge, proper use of a hemogloginometer and obtain a hemoglobin level. In addition students will learn the proper use of a glucometer to obtain a glucose level. Identify and label the parts of the most common diagnostic laboratory equipment, use basic skills in context of therapeutic and lab procedures.
The duration of EKG and phlebotomy technician training offered by New York Medical Career Training Center is 36 hours. The program is meant to provide students with complete training for comprehensive learning. After the completion of program, students are provided with EKG training certificate.

In our EKG training program, candidates are trained to perform electrocardiograph on patients that are being supervised by a physician, obtain blood samples and other specimen prescribed by licensed health care departments.
They also learn how to label samples collected in tubes with adequate information about the patient, such as name, date of birth, time of collection, etc.
We encourage our students to prepare for National certification exams conducted by NHA to receive professional excellence in healthcare (although it is absolutely optional).

Our EKG Training Program Covers:

  • Electrocardiography
  • Analyzing Pacemaker functions and rhythm
  • Basic electrophysiology
  • How to perform an ECG
  • Physiology and anatomy of cardiovascular system
  • AV and ventricular rhythm and AV blocks
  • Sinus, atrial and junctional rhythm

Phlebotomy Training Program Covers:

  • Basics, physiology and anatomy of phlebotomy
  • Using glucometer for analyzing glucose level
  • Procedure of blood collection and right way of handling equipment
  • Basic phlebotomy skills
  • Safety of specimen handling
  • Competence checklist
  • Venous blood withdrawal method
  • Legal and professional issues of phlebotomy
  • Usage of microhematocrit centrifuge, hemoglobinometer for obtaining hemoglobin level