Zombie Notes Study Chart: Bradycardia – Heart Blocks

Zombie Notes Study Charts: Bradycardia – Heart Blocks
by Michele G. Kunz

Zombie Notes Study Charts

Zombie Notes Study Charts

This study chart includes the most important information healthcare professionals must memorize to be successful in interpreting bradycardia/heart blocks. Many thousands of nurses and other healthcare professionals have used this study chart. These charts were first developed by Michele and Joe in 1985. They have progressed to their current form, and are kept up-to-the-minute accurate.


Special Features: Mnemonics 6-second ekg/ecg strips Easy to read & follow Thick, heavy-duty, baked-on plastic lamination.
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This study guide can also be purchased and downloaded as a pdf from Scribd

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Zombie Notes Study Charts

All of the Zombie Notes Study Charts are 11.5″ x 9″, two pages long, and filled with up-to-the-minute accurate information. Each one is professionally printed on thick card stock, and encased in a thick, baked-on, lamination. Michele expects her students to memorize every item on each Zombie Notes. The information is easy to follow and understand. Michele welcomes any questions you might have about the Zombie Notes and their content. All Zombie Notes are available from Amazon.com.
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About Michele G. Kunz

I am a nursing educator and AHA Certified Instructor and I specialize in providing AHA Certification classes in ACLS, BLS, and PALS to healthcare professionals and students. I am also a certified six-sigma green belt (CSSGB).
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