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The Reading 12 Lead EKG Module is an intermediate level reading 12 Lead EKG course. The module features video presentations that aid the student in learning how to read and diagnose normal and abnormal EKGs. Practice cases with 12 Lead EKGs are used to clinically diagnose various arrhythmias, myocardial infarction (location specific), ventricular hypertrophy, pericarditis and heart blocks.

At the completion of this module, the learner should have acquired the basics of 12 lead EKG interpretation. To aid in assessing the learning outcome, the learner can complete the 12 Lead EKG interpretation learning assessment that is included in the module.

To fully benefit from this module, prior knowledge of basic EKG component recognition and rhythm strip interpretation is required.

Dr. Walid Harb is currently the Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center. Dr. Harb received his MD from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 1986 and did his residency in Internal Medicine. He is an Assistant Professor of medicine at Wayne State University. He teaches and precepts University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) Physician Assistant (PA) students and sits on the UDM PA program committees. He has been the Medical Director for the UDM PA program since 1991. In addition he maintains an outpatient internal medicine practice and completed an MBA in 1998.
Sharon Moser teaches Clinical Medicine I,II,III with the assistance of community clinical lecturers. Mrs. Moser has most recently been involved in the practice of Neurology and maintains a clinical license in Psychology and is a certified Physician Assistant. Mrs. Moser holds a B.A. degree from Bloomfield College and Master Degrees from American University, Wayne State University and the University of Detroit Mercy. She previously held a teaching position at American University in Washington, D.C. She has been a full-time clinical instructor at UDM since January, 2000.
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