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Emory UniversityLithonia, Georgia
  • Operates polysomnographic recording equipment to record and evaluate sleep/wake pathology.
  • Performs other related duties as required.
  • Equipment and Supplies: Operates and calibrates polysomnographic equipment.
  • Patient Care and Advocacy: Reviews patient medical charts, confirms physician orders, and requested protocol to be performed.
  • Interviews patients to assess current sleep patterns, medication allergies/conditions, current medications, and any alcohol or caffeine intake the day of the test.
  • Applies and removes elctrodes and other equipment used in conjunction with polysomnography including EKG, EMG, EOG, airflow, and oximtery in clinic patients.
  • Applies and titrate CPAP/BiPAP based on physicians's orders and established protocols.
  • Educates patients on use of CPAP/BiPAP Monitors sleep recording, patient position in bed, as well as recognition of sleep pathology.
  • Recognizes and records clinical and physiological events.
  • Professional Development: Works with manager to formulate plan for professional development.
  • Attends educational in-services as appropriate.
  • Safety, Security and Health: Cleans and disinfects equipment placed directly on patients
  • A high school diploma or equivalent.
  • One year related experience.

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