Why should you become an EKG Technician?
Many people in our society today are suffering from the medical issues that involve the human heart. Statistics show that every year about 610,000 U.S. citizens fall victim because of a heart condition. Medical hospitals and centers need more EKG Technicians to help aid patients from succumbing to their ailments.
- Connecting wires and electrodes to the patient’s chest, arms, and legs.
- Monitoring their heart readings.
- Understand how an EKG Machine is used.
- Working directly with the patients.
Once you begin the course on becoming an EKG Technician you will gain knowledge about electrocardiography and the anatomical structure of the heart. You will learn how to test the performance of the patient’s heart with a pacemaker and conduct various pulmonary and cardiovascular tests. Also, once your EKG courses are completed you will be able to use Medical Pictures Archiving Computer Systems also known as PACS where you will digitally store images in DICOM format.
If you are interested in taking this position in the medical field please click this link and apply for the course.
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