17 Mar 2023
Full-Time Interventional , Interventional Radiologist – Sagñay
A Radiologist assists the physician during percutaneous peripheral vascular operations under the general supervision of a Radiologist. Use clinical knowledge, technical skills, and professional judgment to perform scrub and hemodynamic monitoring duties during vascular cath procedures in accordance with departmental and professional guidelines. Pre-, intra-, and post-procedural care evaluation will be provided to patients. Maintains and updates any procedures-related information.
Job Title : Interventional , Interventional Radiologist
Location : Sagñay, Camarines Sur Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 25.52 per hour.
Company : Resume Library
Job Type : Full-Time
- Observes all aseptic protocols during medical and surgical operations, employs effective infection control methods, is able to provide a comprehensive explanation of the universal precaution principle, and so on.
- Consult an appropriate doctor if the patient is in discomfort, and then continue PI.
- It is essential to record every picture so that the patient and physician are aware of any outcomes that may be of interest to them. The technique utilized to get radiography pictures determines their order.
- Ensures that every test has the correct patient identification, date, technologist identification, and time of the exam labels, protects patients while they are being transported and while operations are being performed, guarantees conformity with the rules of all designated agencies, as well as those of the state and the federal government.
- Patients are transferred to the radiology department after their examinations are complete. Once there, they are positioned on an x-ray table and given instructions on how to breathe and position their bodies in order to provide the clearest images possible.
- Assists doctors during interventional procedures and offers diagnostic assistance by doing organ or body scans on patients. Accurately places and positions patients, and picks anatomical and technical factors.
- Follow federal and state laws for contrast media and/or medicines. Notices patient’s odd behavior. Examines and modifies processes.
- Adheres to the department’s exam protocols, adapts patient treatments based on the patient’s physical and cognitive abilities, and appropriately invoices for all exams performed.
- Offers all the services needed to safely and quickly finish a patient’s procedure. Keeps up-to-date on cardiac concepts and clinical practices, immobilizes patients as needed, and follows safety procedures for radiation.
- Has understanding of fundamental and advanced percutaneous treatments, such as peripheral interventions. Must be competent to identify cardiac arrhythmias and react according to emergency procedures, operate external cardiac pacemaker and defibrillator. Intervention in cardiac crises.
- gotten permission from the right people to do it. To work, you must be a fellow of the American Board of Radiology. Always be a member of the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).
- A minimum of two years of experience in Radiology is highly recommended in order to become well-versed in all aspects of diagnostic radiology. Experience taking vital signs is necessary.
- Degree of Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy from an accredited school of medicine or osteopathy, Enrollment in a radiology residency program at the present time
- a license and/or a fluoroscopy permit, if the state requires it, Must know about state and federal rules, Current BCLS (AHA), Preferably one year of experience in acute clinical radiography, program that has been approved by JRCERT or ABHES
- Certification as a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS) or registry eligibility; Registration as a Registered Radiologic Technologist RT(R) or Cardiovascular Technologist (CVT) or Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS)