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Australia’s Dr. Adam Scott will headline King Saud University medical workshop scheduled for Monday, April 9 and Tuesday, April 10 in the KSU College of Education auditorium.

Dr. Scott is director of cardiac science at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and adjunct professor at Australia’s Queensland University of Technology.

The “Electrocardiogram (ECG) Analysis and Interpretation Workshop” will feature five sessions on the opening day and four on Day 2. The sessions will vary in length from 60 to 90 minutes with several breaks in between.

Monday’s fifth and final session will feature the keynote topic of ECG Analysis and Interpretation, applying analysis techniques to assessing a 12-lead ECG.

Those who have not registered can contact Dr. Mohammad Ali Alahmadi, Assistant professor, Department of Physical Education & Exercise Sciences, at alahmadi@ksu.edu.sa

The Workshop Program:
Day l - Monday, April 9
08:15 - 09:15: Anatomy and Physiology
09:15 -10:15: Sinus Rhythms
10:15-10:30: Break
10:30 -12:00: Supraventricular Rhythms
12:00-13:00: Break (Lunch)
13:00 -14:30: Ventricular Rhythms
14:30 -15:30: ECG Analysis and Interpretation (Applying analysis techniques to assessing a 12 lead ECG)

Day 2 - Tuesday, April 10
08:15 - 09:45: Conduction disturbances
09:45 -10:00: Break
10:00 -11:30: Coronary Pathophysiology/Myocardial Ischaemia & Infarction
11:30-12:30: Break (Lunch)
12:30 -14:00: Miscellaneous ECG
14:00 -15:30: Exercise Stress Testing + Applying analysis techniques to assessing a 12 lead ECG