Arrhythmias + Echo CME Bundle

Arrhythmias Made Simple CME + Point of Care Echo CME + ACLS

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video course fallback preview image's Arrhythmias + Echo CME Bundle offers complete, advanced Arrhythmia Interpretation, and Point of Care Echo along with up to 4.25 Category 1 AMA or AOA CME Credits all together for one low price. You won't just memorize criteria, but actually learn how to logically approach Arrhythmias and Echoes. You will have access to these courses to watch over and over for 1 year and will have 1 year to obtain your CME credits. [Up to 4.25 Category-1 CME Credits (AMA or AOA) (see accreditation statement below)]

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Most medical providers need continuing medical education credits each year, and this bundle gives you credits in core subjects. You can refresh or learn Arrhythmia reading skills, learn the basics of Point of Care Echo, and earn up to 4.25 AOA Category 1A or AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.TM’s Arrhythmia + Echo CME Bundle gives you access to these courses for 1 year at one low price. Furthermore, you have 1 year to obtain your CME Credits.

Material Included:

  • Arrhythmias Made Simple CME Course – A detailed and complete video course that teaches the criteria, and physiology of normal and abnormal heart rhythms. You won’t just memorize abnormalities, but learn how and why they form. Each chapter has a self-assessment quiz. (2.25-Hour Course; Earn 2.25 CME Credits).
  • Point of Care Echo CME Course – Learn basic Echocardiography and get 2 Category 1 CME Credits. You will learn about the echo probe, the echo views, the ventricles, the ejection fraction, and the valves. Also are color flow Doppler, pericardial effusions and tamponade, pleural effusions, mass, vegetations, segmental wall abnormalities, the inferior vena cava, and the aorta. The course is set up to be able to figure out normal and abnormal structures and not just memorize a bunch of images. (2-Hour Course; Earn 2 CME Credits).

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Accreditation Statement

Executive Electrocardiogram Education is accredited by the Missouri Association of Osteopathic
Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS) to provide continuing medical education for physicians

Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS) is accredited by the American
Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. MAOPS
designates this program for a maximum of 4.25 AOA Category 1-A CME credits, and will report CME and
specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation.

Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS) designates this live activity for a
maximum of 4.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with
the extent of their participation in the activity.

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and
policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint
providership of the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS) and Executive
Electrocardiogram Education. MAOPS is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical
education for physicians.

Faculty Disclosures and Biographies

Scott L. Siegal, D.O., FACOI


Dr. Siegal is a board-certified cardiologist with a passion for medical education. He has been practicing cardiology and teaching medicine for over 20 years. Dr. Siegal has always had an interest in electrocardiography and echocardiography. He has instructed in ECG and Echo interpretation to many residency programs and cardiology fellowships throughout the United States. He held University appointments including assistant professor and associate professor at several medical schools and was the assistant director of a cardiology fellowship program. Dr. Siegal has received many accolades for teaching and has worked in educating medical students, residents, fellows, physician extenders, nurses, and colleagues. He spends much time trying to stay on the cutting edge of cardiology, and cardiac imaging. Dr. Siegal has studied and practiced medicine across the United States.

He received his undergraduate degree in Boston, MA, attended medical school in Kansas City, MO, focused his internship and residency all around Detroit, MI, but also did rotations in California, Arizona, Colorado, and Missouri. He has received board certifications in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Echocardiography, and Nuclear Cardiology. He has also practiced in Missouri, Texas, Colorado, and New Jersey. Dr. Siegal has had the distinguished honor to study under and practice with a multitude of practitioners from all over the country. These experiences have given Dr. Siegal a unique and varied perspective on medicine. Currently, Dr. Siegal practices cardiology in Southern New Jersey, devotes much time to medical education, and consults organizations and individuals about physician burnout.

Boston Universtiy, Cum Laude, Boston, MA

Medical School
University of Medicine and Biosciences, Kansas City, MO

Internship & Residency
Consortium of Graduate Medical Education and Training (COGMET), Detroit, MI

Deborah Heart & Lung Center, Browns Mills, NJ and The Delaware Valley Medical Center, Langhorne, PA

Board Certifications
Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Echocardiography and Nuclear Cardiology.


Scott L. Siegal, D.O., FACOI is the sole planner and faculty for this course and has no relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships with ineligible entities to disclose.

Complaint/Grievance Policy

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If you make a complaint or have a grievance regarding any of Executive Electrocardiogram Education’s programs, you can expect that we will:

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For those seeking AOA Category 1-A CME Credits

If the learner is seeking AOA Category 1-A CME and does not receive a satisfactory response, you may then notify the Bureau of Osteopathic Education of the AOA at 142 E. Ontario St., Chicago, IL 60611-2864.

What's Covered In This Course?

  • Advanced Normal and Abnormal Heart Rhythms
  • Basic Echo Interpretation and Scanning
  • Self-Assessment Quizzing
  • Up to 4.25 Category 1 AOA of AMA CME Credits
  • CME Certificates for Each Course

Course Syllabi

1. Arrhythmias Made Simple (AMS) CME Course

Arrhythmias Part I: Arrhythmia Basics Arrhythmias Part II: Normal and Abnormal Rhythms
Sinus Rhythms and Sinus Blocks (AMS) - CME Course

This chapter reviews sinus rhythms and sinoatrial exit blocks. Topics covered include normal sinus rhythm; sinus bradycardia; sinus tachycardia; sinus arrhythmia; sinus pauses; sinus arrest; and sinoatrial exit blocks.

Atrial Arrhythmias (AMS) - CME Course

This chapter reviews the ECG criteria for atrial arrhythmias including premature atrial complexes (PACs/APCs); ectopic atrial rhythm; atrial bradycardia; atrial tachycardia; paroxysmal atrial tachycardia (PAT); multifocal atrial tachycardia (MAT); wandering atrial pacemaker; atrial flutter and atrial fibrillation.

Junctional Rhythms (AMS) - CME Course

This chapter reviews the ECG criteria for junctional rhythms. These include idiopathic junctional rhythms, junctional bradycardia, accelerated junctional rhythm, junctional tachycardia, and brief descriptions of reentrant junctional rhythms (atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia [AVNRT]; atrioventricular reentrant tachycardia [AVRT]).

Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT) (AMS) - CME Course

This chapter reviews the ECG changes associated with supraventricular tachycardia (SVT). It is divided into two parts. Part 1 gives brief definitions and descriptions of atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT), and atrioventricular reentrant tachycardia (AVRT). Part 2 describes these in much more detail.

Ventricular Arrhythmias (AMS) - CME Course

This chapter reviews the ECG criteria for ventricular arrhythmias including premature ventricular complexes (PVCs); fusion beats; idioventricular rhythms; accelerated idioventricular rhythms; ventricular tachycardia; ventricular flutter; ventricular fibrillation and torsades de pointes. Other topics include fusion beats, capture beats, interpolated PVCs, compensatory pauses, and non-compensatory pauses.

Arrhythmias Part III: Atrioventricular Blocks and Dissociation Arrhythmias Part IV: Pacemakers Final Section for Credit

2. Point of Care Echo CME Course

Fundamentals - Point of Care Echo
Definitions of Point of Care Echocardiography and Objectives - CME Course

This chapter defines point of care echocardiography and the objectives of this video course

How To Use Point Of Care Echo - Navigate POC Echo With Confidence - CME Course

View this video to learn how to navigate Point of Care Echo. You will learn:  How to find different chapters; How to search for specific topics; How to go to specific chapters within each video course; How to fast forward and rewind; How to advance to the next video; How to go back to the previous video; How to mark videos "Complete"; About Point of Care Echo resources and downloads; How to report website or course issues; How to contact me.

Basic Cardiac Anatomy - CME Course

This chapter reviews cardiac anatomy. It shows the heart in the chest and the position of all four (4) cardiac chambers in relationship to the whole heart and chest cavity.

Understanding the Probe (Transducer) and Probe Movements - CME Course

This chapter takes a close look at the Probe/Transducer: Topics include probe anatomy (head, tail, and notch); and probe movements (rocking, tilting, rotating, sliding, and translation).

Basic Echocardiographic Views - CME Course

This chapter reviews the different echocardiographic views. Topics include:  Parasternal long axis; right ventricular inflow tract; right ventricular outflow tract; parasternal short axis at the levels of the mid ventricle, mitral valve, and aortic valve; apical four-chamber; apical five-chamber; apical two-chamber; apical three-chamber; subcostal; inferior vena cava; hepatic vein; and suprasternal

Normal and Abnormal Findings - Point of Care Echo
Cardiac Chamber Sizes and Wall Thickness - CME Course

This chapter review general cardiac chamber sizes and left and right ventricular wall thickness. Topics include Normal and abnormal left ventricular and right ventricular size and wall thickness; normal and abnormal atrial sizes; and aortic root size.

Identifying the Different Left Ventricular Walls - CME Course

This chapter details the different segments and walls of the left ventricle. Topics include Anterior wall; anterior and inferior septum; inferior wall; and anterior and inferior lateral wall.

Left Ventricular Function and Ejection Fraction - CME Course

This chapter reviews left ventricular function and the ejection fraction. Topics include Contractility and wall motion; normal systolic function; systolic dysfunction; hyperdynamic function; ejection fraction; and segmental wall motion abnormalities.

Right Heart Function and Abnormalities - CME Course

This chapter reviews right ventricular size and function. Topics include Normal right ventricular function; right ventricular dysfunction; right ventricular pressure and volume overload; and McConnell’s sign.

Inferior Vena Cava - CME Course

This chapter examines the inferior vena cava. Topics include Normal and abnormal inferior vena cava size and inspiratory collapse; and estimating the right atrial pressure.

Color Flow Doppler - CME Course

This chapter discusses and shows examples of color flow Doppler.

Valvular Abnormalities - CME Course

This chapter details and shows examples of various valvular abnormalities. Topics include Mitral stenosis; mitral regurgitation; aortic stenosis; aortic regurgitation; and tricuspid regurgitation.

Masses and Vegetations - CME Course

This chapter shows how to identify various cardiac masses and vegetations.

Pericardial Effusions, Cardiac Tamponade and Pleural Effusions - CME Course

This chapter discusses and shows examples of pericardial effusions, cardiac tamponade, and pleural effusions.

Aortic Aneurysms and Aortic Dissections - CME Course

This chapter defines and shows examples of aortic aneurysms and aortic dissections.

Approach to Reading Point of Care Echoes Final Section for Credit

3. ACLS Rhythm Course

Who This Course Is For

This course is for all medical providers who need to learn to interpret arrhythmias,  want to learn point of care echo, and want Category 1 Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits (Earn up to 4.25 AOA Category 1A / AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM). This course is also ideal for all medical providers who want to hone their ECG reading skills and be able to show competency in their institution or workplace.

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Sample Course Videos

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Advanced Atrial Fibrillation - Sample Watch Preview
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Basic Echo Views - Preview Watch Preview
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Left ventricular Function and Ejection Fraction - Preview Watch Preview

Feedback From Our Subscribers

Alan Ghaly, DO, FACC Verified Subscriber
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Informative and easy to understand!

I had the pleasure of being lectured about electrocardiogram interpretation by Dr. Siegal during my cardiology training. Dr. Siegal captured these lectures in videos for self-education and training. They are informative and easy to understand in a field where ECG interpretations can be intimidating. I wish I had these videos during my medical school and training years.

V. Richardson Verified Subscriber
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Great visual examples

The videos are great for people who are visual and audio learners. They go at a pace that is easy to understand and there are good visual examples.

Anthony Ricketti, MD Verified Subscriber
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Passed Boards thanks to your course

Thank you for your outstanding [Point of Care Echo] course. It enabled me to pass my Critical Care Boards. I think it is applicable to any physician who might uses echo and think point of care echo will be the standard in the future. Before taking my recertification boards, I had never seen an echo, but after 2 hours with your course, I had no problem recognizing everything. Your course is ahead of its time. I recommend your course and teaching to anyone.

C. Hughes Verified Subscriber
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More confident

After completing this course, I feel more confident in ECG interpretation. While still a novice, I now have the necessary tools to practice with interpretation in the clinical setting.

Michael Friedman, DO, Assistant Professor, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine Verified Subscriber
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Dr. Siegal shared his knowledge

"Dr. Siegal is a doctor's doctor. He has taken his clinical knowledge and experience and thankfully shared it with us in an informative and well written video."

C. Hughes Verified Subscriber
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Better serve patients

This course was well organized and detailed. I appreciated you beginning with the basics. Axis determination is still difficult and I plan to rewatch several of the videos, but overall, I have certainly gained valuable knowledge and tools to better serve my patients. Thank you.

A. Romero Verified Subscriber
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Learned a lot

Learned a lot of new information on interpreting EKG’s