ResponsibilitiesThe Sleep (PSG) Technologist is to conduct and oversee routine and specialized overnight polysomnograms (PSGs), Multiple Sleep Latency Tests (MSLTs), in a manner required by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) section B1-13, and to ensure patient safety. Major duties include: Calibrating equipment, attaching sensors to patients, performing bio-calibration, monitoring laboratory equipment, and observing the patients while they sleep; Making decisions about initiation of positive pressure therapy (CPAP, Bileveled, Servo ventilation) titration or other treatment should patient meet lab criteria; Scoring polysomnographic recordings as set by the sleep center director; Occasionally work days to perform MSLTs, infant recordings, scoring of records, conducting daytime studies, and other functions as requested by the Sleep Center Medical Director or Manager. The responsibilities extend to also work weekends.
QualificationsRPSGT certification is required California Polysomnography License is required Other licensures/registrations as required by state departments or other licensing/accreditation agencies Polysomnography experience is required Demonstrated ability to score 30 second epochs is required Basic computer skills are required CPR Certification is required Experience in sleep recording instrumentation and scoring techniques required. Required to work flexible hours including nights, weekends, and/or days as patient scheduling indicates
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