- Basic cardiovascular anatomy and physiology: 14% There will be questions concerning the heart, circulation of the heart, coronary circulation, physiology, and anatomical terms.
- ECG (electrocardiogram) techniques and recognition: 32% The applicant will be required to define, identify, measure, explain, and analyze waveforms and ECG measurements. There will also be questions on ECG leads, as well as ECG, Holter, and stress testing instrumentation. The applicant must be able to recognize recording errors and recording artifacts, as well as patient and electrical safety hazards. Finally, the applicant must distinguish, interpret, and describe cardiac arrhythmias.
- Stress test techniques, indicators, and contraindicators: 11% Expect to see questions related to stress testing, the interpretation of the exercise, ECG, ergometers, and pharmacologic factors.
- Ambulatory or Holter monitoring: 20% The applicant must have a strong understanding of indications, contraindications, preparation techniques, lead placement and procedures, and interpretation of the monitoring results.
- Basic cardiovascular electrophysiology: 16% This section covers conduction systems, refractory issues, transmembrane potential, and action potential.
- Cardiac medications and indications: 7% The applicant must fully understand the categories of medications and indications that a patient may require.
- Cardiac valve function
- ECG calibration methods
- Single and 3-channel ECGs
- Relationship of cardiac output to heart rate and stroke volume
- Troubleshooting ECGs
- Cardiac cycle
- ECG measurement
- Blood flow
- Somatic tremor
- Electrical interference
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Fibers found in both ventricles that conduct an electrical impulse through the heartCorrectIncorrect
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Movement of positively charged ions back to the outside of the cellCorrectIncorrect
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Movement away from the baseline in either a positive or negative directionCorrectIncorrect
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Decreased supply of oxygenated blood to a body part or organCorrectIncorrect
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The external layer of the heart wall that covers the heart muscleCorrectIncorrect
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Below another structureCorrectIncorrect
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The force exerted by circulating blood volume on the walls of the artery during circulationcardiac output X vascular resistanceCorrectIncorrect
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an increse in thickness of a heart chamber because of chronic pressure overloadCorrectIncorrect
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The middle and contractile layer of the heartCorrectIncorrect
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Above another structureCorrectIncorrect