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Healthcare and Fitness

ECG Machine
$40.00

ECG Machine is a mini course that explores the electronic concept of twelve-lead, three-channel, and single channel ECG machines, patient and equipment grounding, maintenance, and repair. In this course, learners will discuss the different ECG channels and equipment.

ECG Measurements is a mini course that explores the origin of ECG intervals, segments, heart rate, and normal sinus rhythm are measured along with how common they are measured. In this course, learners will discuss ECG measurements history and the electrical signal.

ECG Procedures and Processes is a mini course that explores the safe and effective ECG testing procedures and processes. In this course, learners will discuss the safest and most effective ECG procedures, patient preparation, and processes.

Effective Communication in Healthcare is a mini course that provides an understanding of how to communicate effectively and efficiently within a healthcare setting. This course begins by giving an overview of the importance and purpose of effectively communicating within a healthcare setting.

Ethics and Professionalism is a mini course that provides an understanding of how to successfully display professionalism in regards to ethical and responsible behavior. This course gives an overview of professionalism and ethical standards.

As a continuation of Designing Older Adult Exercise Programs, this course encompasses a deeper study of designing safe and effective exercise programs for older adults. Going beyond the basic exercise recommendations for this population, students will, by the end of this course, be able to design an appropriate fitness regimen taking into consideration critical information such as a client’s age, gender, health history, current health conditions and exercise history.

Factors and Complications is a mini course that provides an understanding of the factors and complications that are associated with blood collection. This course gives an overview of the factors that influence the ability to perform venipuncture successfully and the complications associated with collecting blood.

Factors Involved in Venipuncture is a mini course that provides an understanding of the factors involved in venipuncture or skin puncture site selection. This course gives an overview of adequate and inadequate veins for phlebotomy.

This course is designed for students to gain an understanding of the musculoskeletal and functional anatomy of the female pelvis, including the reproductive system, the hormonal/endocrine system and key muscles of the Pelvic Pyramid™. Emphasis is placed on joint range of motion (ROM), bone density, hip stability, mobility and the pelvic floor muscles (PFM).

Many accidents and injuries can occur in the workplace. Having a workplace first-aid program minimizes these risks by giving the injured or sick person some basic treatment until professional emergency medical service personnel can arrive.

Students will study principles and techniques for evaluation and implementation of exercise prescriptions that include instruction in flexibility, core, and balance training. Students will learn how the beginning phases of an exercise program are based upon the starting point/level of the client based upon performance of initial assessments, neurological ability, and individual goals.

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