26 May 2023
Full-Time INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGIST – Al Ghazalah
A radiologist assists the doctor during percutaneous peripheral vascular treatments. The radiologist will scrub and monitor hemodynamics during vascular catheterizations utilizing clinical knowledge, technical skills, and professional judgment. Care evaluation before, during, and after procedures. Maintains procedure-related information.
Job Title : INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGIST
Location : Al Ghazalah, Hail, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 28.52 per hour.
Company : Imaging Consultants of Essex
Job Type : Full-Time
- In the production and delivery of contrast media and/or drugs, adheres to federal and state requirements. While watching, takes note of the patient’s unusual conduct. Examines procedures and provides ideas for improvements as needed.
- greeting them, escorting them from their examination room to imaging, etc.” Patients are placed on an x-ray table and instructed on how to hold their breath and how to arrange their bodies for optimal x-ray pictures.
- by doing organ or body scans on patients as well as helping physicians with interventional therapies, diagnostic support is provided Assesses the anatomical and technical requirements of the patient before preparing and inserting the stent or implant.
- Provides all the necessary services to ensure the safety and efficiency of the process. Maintains a working understanding of cardiac principles and clinical practices, as well as proper radiation safety protocols. Immobilizes patients as required.
- Monitors records of pictures captured and routed to radiologist in order to guarantee that all findings are provided to the treating physician and patient, Organizes and stores all radiological pictures in accordance with the procedure
- Capable of assessing discomfort interfering with imaging procedures and contacting the appropriate physician for help. Understands and participates in the PI process.
- Has knowledge and abilities in simple and sophisticated percutaneous treatments, such as peripheral interventions. Responsible for patient safety, including the ability to diagnose cardiac arrhythmias and react according to emergency procedures, as well as operating an external cardiac pacemaker and defibrillator. In the case of a cardiac emergency, intervenes with appropriate treatment.
- Makes sure all exams are correctly labeled with the patient’s name, the date, the technologist’s name, and the time of the exam. covers patients while they are being moved and while procedures are being done, Makes sure that all deemed agencies, State, and Federal rules are followed.
- All tests must be properly charged and the department’s exam requirements must be followed.
- employs effective infection control strategies, and can adequately explain the global precautionary principle
- Accredited by the right board. Should be a member of the American Board of Radiology, Must keep their membership in the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).
- A bachelor’s degree from an approved medical or osteopathy university, as well as a current residency in a radiology program, are required.
- Expert in all areas of diagnostic imaging, A minimum of two years’ experience in radiology is required, with three years desirable. Knowledge of vital signs
- It is required to have a registration in either the field of Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), or Cardiovascular Technician (CVT)) (RCIS)
- State licensing and/or fluoroscopy permits are necessary. Current BCLS certification is required, as well as knowledge of state and federal regulations (AHA), A year of acute clinical radiography experience is desirable. Graduate of a JRCERT or ABHES-accredited program