Expected Starting Salary: 24.34 - 29.87 SUBFUNCTION DEFINITION: To perform electroencephalographs (EEG), evoked potentials (EP), neurotelemetry, video/EEG monitoring, ambulatory monitoring, routine topographic brain mapping studies, multiple sleep latency test (MSLT), in the laboratory and at the bedside of patients.
Perform EEGs Perform EEG, evoked potentials (EP), neurotelemetry, video/EEG monitoring, ambulatory monitoring, routine topographic brain mapping studies, multiple sleep latency test (MSLT), and less complicated intraoperative monitoring during carotid endarterectomy in the laboratory and at the bedside of patients in the intensive care units for the Neurodiagnostic department of a Medical Center dedicated to the care of infants, children and adolescents.
Job knowledge/skills acquisition Acquire skills for advanced neurodiagnostic testing procedures. Maintain currency in field through continuing education, literature and seminars. Implement this knowledge into the EEG laboratory. Maintain knowledge of appropriate actions to take during patient emergency situations and ensure patient safety at all times. Maintain knowledge of basic infection control standards relating to patient and equipment, including use and handling of electrodes. Maintain knowledge of appropriate calibrations and how to make adjustments.
Lab & Equipment Maintenance
Keep equipment and electrodes clean and in proper working order. Troubleshoot equipment problems, make repairs or report to a supervisor promptly. Maintain necessary supplies and equipment. Ensure that work areas are organized and present a safe, accessible, effective and efficient environment for employees, patients and families.
Independently perform routine, critical care, and neonate EEGs in the laboratory and at the bedside of patients in the intensive care unit. Measure and accurately apply and remove electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 system. Ensure that electrode impedances meet laboratory standards. Perform EEGs according to the standards of the laboratory (routine, sleep, bedside and long term video/EEG recordings). Additionally, must train for operating room EEGs, satellite clinic shifts, and EEGs recorded at other hospitals.
Write a comprehensive patient history. Explain test procedure to patient and family members. Assist in the training and orientation of EEG technologist trainees. Accurately enter pertinent patient information into database. Review EEG tests for appropriate documentation, then log, file, and maintain test and results. Manage data in logs and database. Respond to telephone inquiries as necessary. Review and ensure timeliness, accuracy, availability, and security of information.
High school diploma or equivalent
2 years of work experience in a related job discipline.
At least one EEG Tech Certification including, but not limited to: R. EEG T. R. EP T., CNIM, CLTM, CMEG
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