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- Observe cardiac rhythm of patients on monitor.
- Run and post rhythm stripes at designated intervals.
- Initiate code blues.
- Interpret rhythms and validate computer readout.
- Check and verify lead placement on patients.
- Compare posted strip to previous strip and notify nursing staff of changes.
- Notify nursing staff of any change in cardiac rhythm.
- Place patient identification sticker on monitor.
- Recognize and respond to unusual or abnormal patient condition.
- Equipment and Instruments: Clean equipment after each patient use.
- Equipment includes cardiac (ECG) monitor, telemetry transmitter, central monitor bank, and Arrhythmia analysis/printer.
- Test equipment for proper working order.
- Ensure that equipment is in good working condition.
- Report equipment problems to supervisor.
- Maintain work area clean and orderly.
- Assume other activities and responsibilities from time to time as directed.
• High School diploma or GED.
• Formal EKG or arrhythmia class with a minimum of 20 hours.
• Successful completion of arrhythmia updated within the last two years if basic arrhythmia class taken over two years ago.
• Successful completion of the Kaiser Permanente basic arrhythmia assessment test with a score of 80% or better.
• Current BCLS card.
• Adequate hearing either alone or with a hearing device.
• Ability to organize and ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Ability to work as a team member.