26 May 2023
Full-Time Pediatric Interventional Radiologist – Cherrapunji
During percutaneous peripheral vascular operations, a Radiologist offers technical support and assistance to the physician under general supervision. Using clinical knowledge, technical skills, and professional judgment, the radiologist will execute scrub and hemodynamic monitoring activities with vascular catheterizations in line with professional and departmental standards and regulations. Patients’ care will be assessed before to, during, and after the procedure. Prepares and maintains all essential procedure-related information.
Job Title : Pediatric Interventional Radiologist
Location : Cherrapunji, Meghalaya, India
Salary : $ 24.71 per hour.
Company : Alliance Recruiting Resources
Job Type : Full-Time
- Maintains adherence to the department’s exam protocols, modifies patient procedures in accordance with the patient’s physical and cognitive capabilities, and accurately bills for all examinations carried out.
- Within the approved area of practice and appropriate state and federal standards, prepares and delivers contrast media or medicines. Observes the patient during the surgery and notes any aberrant activity. Keeps an eye on protocols and makes modifications or improvements as necessary.
- Medical and surgical operations are carried out in accordance with aseptic protocols, using suitable infection control measures, etc.
- offers diagnostic support by doing organ or body scans on patients and assisting doctors with interventional treatments, Accurately determines patient needs in terms of anatomical and technical aspects before preparing and placing them.
- greeting them, escorting them from their examination room to imaging, etc Instructs the patient on how to sit on the x-ray table, how to hold their breath, etc., so that x-ray pictures may be taken.
- Can figure out if pain is getting in the way of an imaging procedure and contact the right doctor to help. Understands and takes part in the PI process.
- Ensures that all findings are communicated to the physician and patient by monitoring records of pictures captured and sent to the radiologist Organizes all radiological photos by procedure.
- Has the ability to do both simple and sophisticated percutaneous operations, such as peripheral interventions, at the same time. An external pacemaker and defibrillator must be operated by someone who is capable of recognizing cardiac arrhythmias and responding accordingly to emergency procedures. In cardiac crises, intervenes with appropriate treatment.
- Each test includes the patient’s ID, date, technician ID, and exam time. Surgery and vacation are covered. State, federal, and agency regulators make rules.
- The nurse does operations on the patient in a safe and effective way. Radiation safety rules are always followed to the letter when they are needed. Keeping a good understanding of how the heart works and how clinical procedures work.
- Required registrations include Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), and Cardiovascular Technician (CVT) (RCIS)
- Bachelor’s degree from a college of medicine or osteopathy that is fully recognized and active residency in a radiology training program are required.
- State-mandated certification or fluoroscopy permit, Current BCLS certification, familiarity with state and federal standards (AHA), Preferably one year of acute clinical radiography experience, Graduate of a JRCERT or ABHES-accredited program
- Got a license from the right organization. To work, you need to be a fellow of the American Board of Radiology. Always be a part of the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).
- Expert in all areas of diagnostic imaging Radiology experience of at least 2 years is greatly recommended. Taking vitals is something you’ve done before.