In accordance with established procedures, operates the electroencephalograph machine and evoked response equipment, to measure brain wave characteristics for use by physicians in diagnostic brain disorders. In doing so, reviews patient medical charts, explains procedures to patients and/or families in order to reduce anxieties and elicit cooperation. Positions patient for testing and operating equipment. Performs duties under minimal supervision.
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- Graduate of a two year health care school.
- REEGT registry from American Society for EEG Technology.
- CPR course C certification required.
- Minimum of 4 years progressively more responsible related work experience necessary in order to gain advance level of knowledge of standard and complex EEG procedures, in order to train others and conduct more complex testing procedures. (In lieu of registry).