Maintains an environment of safety for patients, self and others.
Conducts Electroencephalographic, Evoked Potential, and Nerve Conduction Velocity studies on central and/or peripheral nerves.
Maintains electroneurodiagnostic instruments to recommended performance and calibrated levels.
Explains procedures to patient to facilitate patient cooperation and minimize anxiety during study.
Attaches surface or subdermal recording electrodes, according to standard guidelines, to record electrical potentials for all electroneurodiagnostic studies.
Operate all electroneurodiagnostic instruments for the evaluation and diagnosis of neuropathological processes.
Maintains accurate and complete data, calculations, tracings, and graphs of each electroneurodiagnostic study.
Assists physician, as necessary, during recording of EMG activity with needle electrodes.
Maintains accurate log of patients and studies performed.
Conducts intra operative monitoring of peripheral and/or central nervous system function using EEG, EP, NCV/EMG, or Nerve Integrity monitor.
Provides clinical and technical support across specialty areas of the Neurodiagnostics Department.
Education: Diploma, Associates degree (A.A./A.S.) and three years clinical experience or Bachelors degree (B.A./B.S.) and one year clinical experience.
Licensure: R.EEGT and BCLS