Cardiac Catheterization: Radiation Exposure and Contrast Induced Nephropathy

Green Clock Hours: 1.25

This course is for both new staff in the cardiac catheterization lab and for the more experienced staff to prepare for the RCIS examination. The program is comprehensive, beginning with a review of the anatomy and physiology, the basic and more advanced waveform analysis, the identification of shunts, and the treatment modality. This course discusses the use of radiation during cardiac catheterization including a discussion about patient and staff safety. It also includes a discussion of contrast induced nephropathy, its treatment, prevention, and identifying those at risk.

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Course Description

This course is for both new staff in the cardiac catheterization lab and for the more experienced staff to prepare for the RCIS examination. The program is comprehensive, beginning with a review of the anatomy and physiology, the basic and more advanced waveform analysis, the identification of shunts, and the treatment modality. This course discusses the use of radiation during cardiac catheterization including a discussion about patient and staff safety. It also includes a discussion of contrast induced nephropathy, its treatment, prevention, and identifying those at risk.

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