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Become A Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist

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Working As A Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist

  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Deal with People

  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • Repetitive

  • Stressful

  • $54,880

    Average Salary

What Does A Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Do At Boulder Community Hospital

* speech, vision, hearing, and touch.
* Environmental conditions include, but are not limited to, variations in temperature, noise and multiple stimuli.
* INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
* Patients, significant others, physicians, nurses and all other hospital, clinic and ancillary personnel.
* Communication
* Conveys knowledge, information and directions
* Uses positive verbal and non-verbal communication skills to enhance communication
* Shares formal/informal information regarding both new data and new techniques with co-workers through participation in in-services and staff meetings
* SUPERVISORY DUTIES
* Function as preceptor to students and new employees
* Coordinate with other hospital departments and staff independently during after hours cases.
* Troubleshoot and make decisions independently during after hours cases.
* Participation and formation of department Call Schedule.
* ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
* Patient Care
* Provide patient care in conformance with current recognized practice, procedures, policies and established standards of care.
* Enhance the quality and timeliness of patient care by working cooperatively with other personnel
* Review all pre-procedural tests to assure patient safety.
* Incomplete or unusual findings are reported to cardiologist and documented prior to procedure.
* Monitor patient conditions continuously for immediate recognition, interpretation and management.
* Provide post procedural care and maintenance of arterial and/or venous hemostasis until patient is transferred to the next level of care.
* Assist in recovery patient per hospital policy.
* Calibrate, adjust, maintain and operate equipment as necessary to ensure the safe and accurate administration of tests and procedures.
* Monitor equipment and report any malfunction
* Responsible for keeping all licenses and certifications up to date.
* Stay informed of all new equipment brought in the Cath Lab and/or Electrophysiology Lab and take responsibility for letting supervisor know if additional training or education needed.
* Responsible for covering after hours on call shifts as necessary, including evenings, nights, weekends and holidays
* Must be able to meet Restricted On Call response time as defined by the hospital.
* Responsible for communicating schedule and flow updates with supervisor and team.
* Responsible for stocking and notifying appropriate staff if items need to be re-ordered.
* Adhere to departmental and hospital policies and procedures.
* Employees are expected to comply with all regulatory requirements, including National Patient Safety Goals and Joint Commission Standards.
* Is familiar with organization, department and job specific Environment of Care areas, including Life Safety, Utilities Management, Hazardous Materials Communications, Emergency Preparedness, Infection Control and Medical Equipment Failure.
* Adheres to Standard Precautions as appropriate, which may include:
* The use of protective barriers, as appropriate (e.g., gloves, masks, gowns, pocket masks and/or safety glasses)
* Handling and disposing of infections waste appropriately; and
* Hand washing as appropriate.
* OTHER DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES, may include but not limited to:
* Order supplies and inventory.
* Stock and organize department.
* Awareness and participation in cost containment with supplies and inventory.
* Communicate and coordinate with CRM and other equipment representatives that must be present for procedures.
* Contribute to departmental and/or hospital-wide projects, committees and meetings
* Knowledge and understanding of ALARA principles
* Adhere to ALARA recommendations regarding radiation protection, safety and wearing of radiation monitoring equipment.
* Assist in the Quality Improvement program to enhance patient and personnel safety.
* Accurate and timely documentation in EMR.
* PATIENT CARE/INTERACTION
* When applicable, employees must be able to adjust the essential functions they perform appropriately to the age of their patient/customer.
* Employees must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development and the knowledge and skills necessary to provide for the primary population of patients served in the department.
* Employees demonstrate the ability to alter care and patient/family education based on the age or developmental level of the patient.
* Primary patient population served. (Check all that apply)
* Neonate/Infant (birth – 12 months)
* X
* Adult (18 – 69 years)
* Child (13 months – 12 years)
* X
* Older Adult (70+ years)
* x
* Adolescent (13 – 17 years)
* This position does not have regular patient contact.
* EMPLOYEES ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR ALL DUTIES OF THIS JOB
* A detailed list of all competencies is listed in the competency-based orientation

What Does A Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Do At Boulder Community Hospital

* speech, vision, hearing, and touch.
* Environmental conditions include, but are not limited to, variations in temperature, noise and multiple stimuli

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How To Become A Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist

Diagnostic medical sonographers and cardiovascular technologists and technicians, including vascular technologists, need formal education, such as an associate’s degree or a postsecondary certificate. Many employers also require professional certification.

Education

Colleges and universities offer both associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs in sonography and in cardiovascular and vascular technology. One-year certificate programs also are available from colleges or hospitals.

Employers typically prefer graduates of programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).

Sonography, cardiovascular, and vascular education programs usually include courses in anatomy, medical terminology, and applied sciences. Most sonography programs are divided into the specialized fields that correspond to the relevant certification exams, such as abdominal sonography or breast sonography. Cardiovascular and vascular programs include coursework in either invasive or noninvasive cardiovascular or vascular technology procedures. In addition to classroom study, most programs also include a clinical component in which students earn credit while working under a more experienced technologist in a hospital, physician’s office, or imaging laboratory.

High school students who are interested in diagnostic medical sonography, cardiovascular technology, or vascular technology should take courses in anatomy, physiology, physics, and math.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Most employers prefer to hire diagnostic imaging workers with professional certification. Many insurance providers and Medicare pay for procedures only if a certified sonographer, technologist, or technician performed the work. Certification is available from the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonographers and Cardiovascular Credentialing International.

Diagnostic imaging workers can earn certification by graduating from an accredited program and passing an exam. Most of the certifications are for specialties in diagnostic imaging; for example, a sonographer can earn a certification in abdominal sonography. Most diagnostic imaging workers have at least one certification, but many earn multiple certifications.

In addition, many employers prefer to hire candidates who have a Basic Life Support certification, which shows they are trained to provide CPR.

Few states require diagnostic medical sonographers to be licensed. Professional certification is typically required for licensure; other requirements vary by state. Contact state medical boards for more information.

Important Qualities

Detail oriented. Diagnostic imaging workers must follow precise instructions to obtain the images needed to diagnose and treat patients. They must also pay attention to the screen while scanning a patient’s body because the cues that contrast healthy areas with unhealthy ones may be subtle.

Hand-eye coordination. To get quality images, diagnostic imaging workers must be able to accurately move equipment on the patient’s body in response to what they see on the screen.

Interpersonal skills. Diagnostic imaging workers must work closely with patients. Sometimes patients are in extreme pain or mental stress, and they must get cooperation from the patient to create usable images.

Physical stamina. Diagnostic imaging workers are on their feet for long periods and must be able to lift and move patients who need assistance.

Technical skills. Diagnostic imaging workers must understand how to operate complex machinery and computerized instruments.

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Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Demographics

Gender

  • Female

    50.0%
  • Male

    46.0%
  • Unknown

    4.0%

Ethnicity

  • White

    82.8%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    9.3%
  • Asian

    5.6%
  • Unknown

    1.5%
  • Black or African American

    0.8%
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Languages Spoken

  • Russian

    20.0%
  • Portuguese

    20.0%
  • Ukrainian

    20.0%
  • French

    20.0%
  • Spanish

    20.0%
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Top Skills for A Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist

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Top Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Skills

  1. GE Mac-Lab
  2. Complex Interventional Procedures
  3. Cardiac Cath Lab
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Performed basic and complex interventional procedures.
  • Provided patient care under the direct responsibility and supervision of a physician, while participating on the Cardiac Cath Lab team
  • Assist with electrophysiology procedures( i.e.
  • Applied herbicide and mechanical removal of woody plant intrusion into the swamps.
  • Served as scrub assistant and monitor/recorder for cardiology, neurology, and radiology studies, for both diagnostic and interventional procedures.

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