When Time is Cardiac Tissue, turn to Dr Stanley’s….
Learn the language of ECG Interpretation with Dr. Stanley’s most comprehensive course: the Advanced 12-lead ECG Interpretation Course. This advanced ECG training course is awarded the highest level of accreditation with the AMA PRA (Physicians Recognition Award) for 30 Hours Category I CME or 30 Hours Nursing CE. The Advanced 12-lead ECG Interpretation Course is an in-depth, comprehensive study of advanced concepts of ECG interpretation. Dr. Stanley starts with the basics of 12-lead placement, then trains the provider to dissect ECG patterns through waveform analysis. ECG topics include: Normal ECG patterns, LBBB, Sgarbossa criteria, RBBB, LVH (Left Ventricular Hypertrophy), WPW (Wolf-Parkinson-White), Lead avR, Pericarditis and more…
Does this sound familiar? It’s 2 a.m. on a Saturday. You are the lead medical provider in a 15-bed ER. The computer reading on the ECG states: “Non specific ST Changes”, “Diffuse T-wave changes”
We know the computer interpretation on the ECG is notoriously flawed to say the least. You could wait for the cardiologist to read the ECG, but by then 1-2 hours have passed. In the setting of an acute MI (myocardial infarction), time is cardiac muscle. You must recognize even subtle changes on the ECG quickly.
But don’t just take our word for it…
Ranked #1 Online ECG Course Digital Defynd 2022 & 2023
“The Advanced 12-lead ECG Course provided an in-depth explanation of how to systematically evaluate the ECG. Before, I had not known how to do this. The course is really excellent. Thank you for creating it for medical providers to access online. It’s so helpful!”
~Aaron F, PA-C
“This CME was very information and detailed! Great learning venue being online. Final exam definitely thought-provoking, but well worth the 30 credit hours for the price. Thanks for this intensive program.”
~ Leslie L, MD
“I am a PA in cardiology and the (12-lead ECG) course was wonderful. It cleared up a lot of questions I had about ST segment/T-wave abnormalities in the setting of RBBB, LBBB, LAFB, and LVH. Thank you! “
~ Carlos C, PA-C
“I’m an ole’ Army guy with numerous years of experience teaching overseas and believe that everything should be broken down to the simplest terms…you have done just that with your course.”
~ Rusty T, EMT-P
A suggested ECG course syllabus is provided with the materials & is available online!
For 40 years, Dr. Vernon Stanley, MD, PhD has worked to develop quality continuing medical ECG education courses with a focus on interpretation of the 12-lead ECG by all members of the medical team. A veteran Emergency Physician and previous Regional Medical Director, Dr. Stanley has been a guest lecturer for physicians, medical professionals and medical students. He has long believed that early intervention in the Acute MI and early recognition is a vital key to the best patient outcomes. He was a pioneer of the first pre-hospital 12-lead ECG cellular-to-hospital system in West Virginia.