A common heart rhythm problem, more than 2 million Americans are affected by the palpitations, shortness of breath, fatique and risk of stoke that are characteristic of atrial fibrillation. This course provides students with an excellent understanding of the causes and risk factors of the condition. Readers will learn about related signs and symptoms plus gain an understanding of preventative measures and the variety of treatments currently available.nCourse Objectives:
1. Identify those at risk for Atrial Fibrillation.
2. Recognize the signs and symptoms for Atrial Fibrillation.
3. List and describe the current treatments available for Atrial Fibrillation.Sections:
Section 1 - Overview and Risk Factors (2 CEH)
Section 2 - Signs and Symptoms (2 CEH)
Section 3 - Prevention and Treatment (2 CEH)
Total amount of continuing education credits 6
Course available through 28 Jan 2013