Completion of a two year training program in cardiopulmonary technology or successful completion of a twelve month on the job training program in a licensed catheterization laboratory
Graduation from an accredited school of radiology technology
A current BLS, ACLS, and fluoroscopy certifications
A current CRT license
Knowledge of contrast media (ionic vs. nonionic)
Knowledge of coronary artery anatomy and cardiac physiology in relation to invasive cardiac procedures
Competence with critical thinking, interpersonal, and technical skills
Technical proficiency and attention to detail in use of collimation and fluoro time
Excellent verbal, written, and non-verbal communication skills
Recording, storing, retrieving, and analyzing data obtained during the performance of interventional diagnostic and therapeutic cardiac and radiology procedures
Monitoring the patient to recognize changes in ECG rhythm and pressure, document and immediately communicates to the corresponding physician
Functioning as a scrub assistant, ensuring maximum compliance to principles of aseptic technique by self and members of the team
Completing documentation, reports, and data entry on computerized exams
Maintaining and evaluating equipment, performing quality control tests, troubleshooting, and performing minor repairs as needed
Operates and troubleshoots hemodynamic computer systems including transducer balancing
Responsible for Quality Control on radiology imaging equipment, weekly fluoroscopy check and radiation protection for the medical staff and Physicians
Flexible work schedule including some holidays and weekends
Ability to work as a team
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