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POSITION SUMMARY: Participates in a process of instruction and activity to perform longterm Audio Visual monitoring via scalp and intracranial electrodes on adult and pediatric patients of the Epiliepsy Surgery and Pediatric Monitoring Programs. Prepares equipment and supplies for such procedures. Provides assistance to physicians performing these and similar studies as required.
Graduation from high school or equivalent and completion of basic EEG technician training.
Two (2) to three (3) years as an EEG Technician performing routine and specialized electroencephalography laboratory procedures. Experience to include critical care and neonatal electrodiagnostic procedures.
R.EEG.T. National Board Certification Required plus one additional board certification (R.EP.T., R.PSG.T., CNIM, or CLTM).
SPECIAL SKILLS: Possession of the skills and knowledge required by the American Board of Registered Electroencephalographic Technologists for certification. National Board Certification is required. Basic computer skills.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Conducts a variety of routine and specialized monitoring protocols. Responsible for maintaining laboratory equipment in proper working order. Monitors patients being medically evaluated or considered for epilepsy surgery. Assists physicians during monitoring sessions as well as during intraoperative procedures.
COMPLEXITY: Modifies standard recording technique as necessary to achieve optimal examination results, interacts with computers critical to long term monitoring. Renders preliminary interpretations of EEGs when requested by physicians. Responsible for routine maintenance of recording equipment and supply inventory. Assists with various other electrodiagnostic procedures.
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Internal Number: 6278
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