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Echo Technician

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Lead Staffing Corporation
Echocardiography technician will identify and record anomalies indicative of disease, injury, or other medically significant condition from ultrasound imaging and simultaneous recordings of the Doppler. will incorporate the causes and results of a variety of symptoms and conditions into a plan of ultrasonic diagnostic examination. Contractor will change and develop sounding techniques to accommodate such variables as limited patient mobility, variation in physical condition or dimension of the patient, presence of prosthesis or foreign objects, and ultrasonic response of different body parts. Contractor will produce diagnostic quality images and Doppler frequency recordings using M-mode, two-dimensional, and Doppler ultrasound.
Echocardiography technician will have intimate knowledge of thoracic anatomy and physiology as related to cardiovascular function. The Contractor will use independent judgment in applying knowledge of clinical cardiology and ultrasound, and Doppler principles.
will use problem-solving skills to optimize the evaluation and adjust the exam to ensure that it is comprehensive and accurate. The Contractor will record and interpret the result of the exam and
presents information and or possible diagnosis to interpreting physician. Failure to integrate such data may lead to inaccurate exam and erroneous clinical interpretation.
Will perform the following: 2D, M-Mode, continuous and pulse wave Doppler and color flow exam; Performs transthoracic examinations; Performs stress echocardiograms with and without Pharmaceuticals; Assists physician of results of exam; Receives patients, explains procedure and performs exam; Assist Cardiology Fellows in performing and interpreting echo exams; Independently
setting, calibrating and operating of machinery.
INTERESTED? Please submit your "functional" resume describing in great detail your experience and qualifications. You may fax along with your license to 877-858-6263.

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