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Classifications for Antiarrhythmic Drugs

Classifications for Antiarrhythmic Drugs

Classifications for Antiarrhythmic Drugs

Kirstin Wilkinson and Richard Cope
Kirstin Wilkinson and Richard Cope
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 17 May 2018
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Last updated: 08 Jun 2019

Reference: 189203

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CME can be given clinical touch by attaching few Arrhythmia related ECGs.

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Description

This session reviews the physiology of the cardiac action potential and describes the methods of arrhythmia generation. It also defines the classification methods available for arrhythmias along with the positive and negative attributes of each.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe the cardiac action potential
• Briefly describe the mechanisms of arrhythmia generation
• List the methods of classifying antiarrhythmics
• Explain the benefits and problems with each classification method
Kirstin Wilkinson and Richard Cope

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Kirstin Wilkinson and Richard Cope
on behalf of Health Education England

Kirstin Wilkinson -
Anaesthetics Specialist Registrar, Wessex Deanery
Kirstin is nearing completion of specialist registrar training and has a keen interest in cardiac anaesthesia. She is about to start a post CCT fellowship in paediatric cardiac anaesthesia in the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle.


Richard Cope -
Consultant Anaesthetist, Southampton University NHS Hospital
Dr Richard Cope is a Consultant Cardiac Anaesthetist for both adult and paediatric patients. Having trained in the Wessex region he spent a year in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, specialising in paediatric cardiac and grown-up congenital heart disease anaesthesia. He was appointed a Consultant in Southampton in 1995 and his specialist area of expertise is anaesthesia for patients with congenital heart disease.
Richard is interested in myocardial protection during paediatric and adult cardiac surgery and in the treatment of hyperkalaemia (which was the subject of his MD research project).

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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Asad kundi (8 Jun 2019)
CME can be given clinical touch by attaching few Arrhythmia related ECGs.

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