Drugs and Devices (Demo)

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In this lesson, we will:

  1. Generally review the action potential and its relationship to the surface ECG and the impact of drugs on the action potential
  2. Discuss the importance of the refractory period its relationship to arrhythmia initiation
  3. Review how antiarrhythmic drugs work
  4. Review the impact of antiarrhythmic drugs on the nervous system
  5. Provide a breakdown of antiarrhythmic drugs using the Vaughan Williams classification, highlighting specific drug effects

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