Company: CHI Health Good Samaritan
Posted on: October 12, 2021
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with pre-procedure education and preparing patient for
with other staff to assure patient has a thorough understanding of
procedure and is able to answer questions as needed.
patient is positioned properly for the procedure.
EKG electrodes are properly placed and cardiac electrodes correctly
skin is prepped and sterilized appropriately prior to procedural
up patient and sterile equipment in accordance to the performing
and assists physicians during procedures.
physician in sterile placement of invasive and hemodynamic
fine motor skills to assist physician with the
placement/deployment/use of invasive catheters, wires, balloons,
stents, structural heart devices, Intra-aortic balloon
counter-pulsation equipment, percutaneous left ventricular assist
devices, implantable cardiac devices, and electrophysiology
catheters/3-D intra-cardiac conduction mapping.
monitoring function throughout procedures. Documents clinical
information in patient record.
hemodynamic monitoring equipment.
and report changes in the cardiac rhythm.
and report changes in hemodynamic waveforms.
documents the flow of events from start thru completion of
arterial and/or venous sheath removal utilizing deployment of
closure devices, manual pressure, or mechanical compression and
daily maintenance, quality assurance testing, equipment cleaning,
and supply re-stocking.
communicates and works cooperatively with team members, patients,
families, guests, and providers.
rotation may be required and must be able to respond to emergent
within 30 minutes of notification.
in all safety, security, and infection control programs that are
mandatory as well as those required and provided by the
work practices consistent with CHI Health and department-specific
safety, security, infection control, and HIPAA
floating within the metro area may be required in order to provide
staffing support to other campuses.
of an AMA approved program in Radiologic Technology.
Registered Radiologic Technologist RT(R) credential from the ARRT
or a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS)
credential from CCI. New graduates who are registry eligible may be
considered. RT(R) or RCIS credential must be obtained within 6
months of start date.
- Radiology Technologists must possess a Medical Radiographer
License in Nebraska and/or a Diagnostic Radiographer Permit in Iowa
to practice. License or permit must be held in the state(s) in
which you practice.
- AHA Basic Life Support certification for healthcare providers is
required upon hire.
- AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification within 90 days of
Skills & Abilities:
Knowledge of radiographic views and equipment.
- Knowledge of EKG rhythms and abnormalities.
- Knowledge of cardiac and vascular anatomy.
Keywords: CHI Health Good Samaritan, Lincoln , Invasive Technologist, Other , Kearney, Nebraska
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