CVTE 2010 - Invasive Diagnostic Procedures
Invasive Diagnostic Procedures provides knowledge and skills necessary to perform as a computer-monitoring technologist. The student will be prepared to perform tasks such as diagnostic cardiac catheterization, angioplasty, atherectomy, pacemaker insertion, myocardial biopsy, IABP insertion, calculation of ejection fractions and valve study. Aspects of hemodynamics are addressed such as physiological recording and enhancement (DCI, INTEGRIS), zeroing and calibrating equipment, recognition of waveforms and independent operation of the hemodynamic computer to rewind data.
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Cardiovascular Technology program.
3 Credit Hours - 4 Lecture Hours, 10 Lab Hours (S)
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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