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Kristina Abiol

Nurse-Vascular Technologist, Heart Station - Capitol University Medical City

Cagayan de Oro City


For three (3) years in the nursing field I want to be able to expand my horizons as a caregiver, do more to help others and take on greater responsibility. I wish to work in a bigger hospital or any institution with more patients, as well as have more hands-on care opportunities. This will allow me to continue a life of serving and helping others while at the same time allowing me to grow as a nurse technician.

Work Experience

Nurse-Vascular Technologist, Heart Station

Capitol University Medical City

May 2011 to Present

• Performs required ultrasound and clinical evaluations at a technical level requiring limited or no supervision. 
• Help doctors schedule appointments, going over charts, and explaining those procedures to patients. 
• Prepare patients for procedure by positioning them on the table/bed and preparing the area for placement of testing equipment. 
• Performs tests to check circulation in all areas of the body ( Carotid, Artery and Venous upper and lower extremities ). 
• Perform other duties specific to the doctor they work with and the training have received.

Assist ECG Technician, Heart Station

Capitol University Medical City

August 2008 to Present

• Attaches electrodes to chest, arms and legs of patient. 
• Connects electrode leads to electrocardiograph and starts machine. 
• Monitors electrocardiogram for abnormal patterns. 
• Replenishes supply of paper and ink in machine and reports malfunctions. 
• Edits and forwards final test results to attending physician for analysis and interpretation. 
• Attach electrodes of Holter monitor (electrocardiograph) to patient to record data over extended period of time.

Nurse-Echo Technician, Heart Station

Capitol University Medical City

June 2008 to Present

• Performs required ultrasound and clinical evaluations at a technical level requiring limited or no supervision 
• Maintain a high standard of medical ethics at all times and is self motivated to increase level of understanding and knowledge of cardiac and/or vascular diseases as they evolve 
• Prepares patients for examinations and explains procedures to patients. Assesses the patient and correlates the clinical history with the test to be performed. 
• Consults with referring MD and/or patient chart regarding patient's history as needed. 
• Uses cognitive sonographic skills to identify and record appropriate anatomical, pathological and diagnostic images. 
• Recognizes the significance of all structures visualized on the monitor and is able to differentiate normal from abnormal and recognize artifacts. Understands when to seek advice. 
• Follows protocols and is able to deviate from normal techniques when clinically necessary. 
• Prepares a summary of technical findings and reviews findings with technical director/supervisor and/or interpreting physician 
• Assists in orientation of new staff members and students. 
• Responsible for the safety, mental and physical comfort of the patient while in the technologist's care. 
• Maintains departmental documentation. 
• Relays preliminary findings and/or final reports to proper referring physicians or departments according to laboratory policy. 
• Maintains ultrasound equipment, work areas and adequate work supplies. 
• Recognizes the limitations of electronic equipment. 
• Establishes and maintains ethical working relationships and good rapport with all interrelating hospital, referral or commercial agencies. 
• Performs other work related duties as assigned 
• Assists Cardiologists during Stress Test exercise.

Nurse Phlebotomist

Department of Laboratories

February 2008 to June 2008

• Collects blood samples in order to have them tested 
• Works under the supervision of a laboratory manager or a medical laboratory technologist 
• Polite and courteous, able to keep nervous patients calm and reassure anyone who is anxious or squeamish about the procedure. 
• Follow strict guidelines in regard to sterilization procedures and infection control. 
• Locates an accessible vein, placing a tourniquet, applying an antiseptic and then drawing blood with a needle. 
• Labels the collection tube with the patient's name and other information required by the facility, along with the time and date of collection. 
• Store blood samples for future use.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Capitol University

March 2007