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At the full performance level, Medical instrument technicians (EEG) are expected to provide independent performance of a full range of procedures. The technician consistently delivers high quality studies for the most complex and non-routine procedures in difficult or demanding environments such as intensive care units, acute patient wards, and out-patient clinics. Procedures are tailored to clinical questions to be answered and may require additional monitors, electrodes, or other devices as clinically indicated. The technician interprets EEG and EP study results and brings to the attention of the provider or supervisor more subtle abnormalities that may require intervention. The technician will highlight portions of recordings of clinical importance for review by the clinical neurophysiologist and will accurately describe the concurrent behavior of the patient. Positive interaction with other health care staff to inform them of the indications for EEG and Evoked Potential testing; the value, possible outcomes, and limitations of testing; and the policies of the EEG laboratory are expected, including.
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday; 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
Functional Statement Title/#: FPL GS-8 MIT-EEG; 600-02270A