VMA offers a series of "How to" that is designed to teach healthcare providers the necessary skills to interpret key diagnostic tests and studies such as ECG, blood gas, and chest radiographs The series will be presented by highly regarded faculty.
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To obtain CME credits ( 6 CME hours) you need to attend the course live.
By the end of the series, learners will be able to:
1- Identify the normal and abnormal findings in a chest X-ray.
2- Make appropriate diagnosis, investigation, and management with the aid of chest X-ray.
3- Recognize the electrical activity represented on ECG paper.
4- Analyse abnormal ECG findings in a systematic way
5- Realize the normal physiology for acid-base balance in the body
6- Perform step-by-step basic blood gas interpretation
This live session is designed for physicians, residents, and students.