Perform non-invasive neurodiagnostic testing from neonate to geriatric population. Determine the extern/mode of testing which yields the highest quality and quantity of recording data for doctors interpretation. This is to include but not limited to EEGs, Evoked Potentials, Intraoperative Monitoring, and 24 hour/long-term video monitoring.
Thorough understanding of equipment operation, safety and limitation as it relates to all equipment used in the scope of neurodiagnostics. Recognize and implement corrective action when necessary. Initiate service calls as necessary.
Intraoperative Monitoring: Ability to assess data and interpret descriptive information as it is provided to the surgical physician and anesthesia.
Surgical Standards: Thorough knowledge and understanding of surgical environment.
Perform Evoke Potentials (neuro pathways of the visual, auditory and upper somatosensory studies): Ability to assess medical history and clinical findings specific to the modality studied.
Communication: Respect confidentiality
Education: Stay current with ASET journals, continue CEU when available and attend lectures provided by our own Educational Medical Staff.
Completion of an accredited EEG program or registration by the American Medical Association American Board of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist required.
1 or more years of recording experience preferred.
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