AA106_12600 Sleep Lab
nocturnal polysomnograms', initiates nasal CPAP, conducts Multiple Sleep
Latency Tests, and scores all types of tests performed. Scores polysomnographic records and summarizes findings
for physician review. Troubleshoots and cleans equipment as needed.
Contacts appropriate sources for necessary repair. Maintains adequate stock
levels of equipment and supplies.
Requires high school diploma and one year of specialized training.
High school diploma or equivalent required. Must have completed polysomnographer program and/or eighteen months of related experience.
Registry is required. BLS is required.
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