By The Learning Curve, LLC
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The need to understand pacing concepts is paramount to caring for patients with a variety of cardiac diagnoses and devices. So too is disarming the fear that seems to envelope health care providers faced with both learning these principles and applying them in practice. The Pacemaker Power App will hone your skills related to temporary and permanent pacemaker technology taught in the classroom, and utilized in the clinical setting. Setup, safely performing thresholds, rhythm strip interpretation, analyzing and troubleshooting malfunctions, and critically thinking through case studies are included in this have-to-have resource that will perfect your performance with pacemakers. Novice or expert, get prepared, be precise, and power up your practice with the Pacemaker Power App!
A must have!
As a cardiac expert and educator this is an invaluable resource for anyone who needs to know about pacemakers. Concepts are clearly explained and demonstrated and the most difficult to understand topics such as thresholds and troubleshooting are so thoroughly explained that they can be accomplished with confidence following the step by step instructions and accompanying visuals. The many nuances that are often not understood, such as WHY an ecg is done with and without a magnet after implantation and exactly what to look for when doing so, are addressed. Cross referencing and links to related material make navigation easy. Even emergency setup has its own menu bar to quickly locate when minutes count. The resource I always wanted!
This app does it all!
Creative description of pacing concepts with opportunity for application and learning. Lots of useful illustrations and explanations. Great focus on stimulation and sensitivity thresholds that allow anyone to do safely on their own! Can use at the bedside which makes this a must have! Nothing like it out there!
Learned a ton from this already. A must have to learn this complicated concept
This app is written by a cardiac nurse practitioner with years of experience in her field. She breaks things down in a an easy to use format. She has other products I have been using for years when I teach students that are also helpful. Her MI window is another great resource when just learning EKGs.