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Acupressurist

  • Examine clients with pain, stress, or tension, determines acupressure techniques required to relieve problems, and demonstrates techniques to client, according to knowledge of acupressure methods techniques
  • Direct client to lie on couch and positions clients arms & legs in relaxed position to facilitate examination demonstration techniques
  • Question clients, examines clients muscular system visually and feels tissue around muscles, nerves and blood vessels to locate knots other blockages which indicate excessive accumulations of blood, fluids and other substances in tissue
  • Determine cause of accumulations and acupressure techniques needed to increase circulation, according to knowledge of Asian acupuncture and pressure points and Western medical trigger points, bodywork techniques, like Jin Shin, Do-In, Shiatsu, Swedish, and Esalen, experience
  • Feel tissue around muscles, nerves, and blood vessels to locate points applies specified pressure at specified pressure points or muscles, using thumbs, fingers, palms, or elbows, to redirect accumulated body fluids into normal channels, according to acupressure knowledge, techniques, and experience
  • Discuss findings with client and explains diet methods to prevent recurrence of problem
  • May be known according to specific method or combination of methods used, like Gia Ahp, Jin Shin, Do-In, or Shiatsu.

Administrator Health Care Facility

  • Direct administration of hospital, nursing home, or other health care facility within authority of governing board
  • Administer fiscal operations, like budget planning, accounting and establishing rates for health care services
  • Direct hiring training of personnel
  • Negotiate for improvement of and additions to buildings equipment
  • Direct and coordinates activities of medical, nursing, and administrative staffs services
  • Develop policies procedures for various establishment activities
  • May represent establishment at community meetings promote programs through various news media
  • May develop or expand programs or services for scientific research, preventive medicine, medical and vocational rehabilitation, and community health welfare promotion
  • May be designated according to type of health care facility as Hospital Administrator medical ser. or Nursing Home Administrator medical ser. .

Admitting Officer

  • Coordinate activities related to admission of patients in hospital or other medical facility
  • Confer with physicians and nursing, housekeeping, transport and other staff members to coordinate schedule admission of patient
  • Assign accommodations based on physicians admittance orders, patients preference, nature of illness, availability of space and other information and enters bed assignment information into computer
  • Prepare records of admission, transfer, and other required data
  • Notify departments of patients admission
  • Review clerical work of interviewers other personnel
  • Keep records of admissions discharges, and compiles occupancy-census data
  • May interview patient or patients representative to obtain necessary personal financial data to define eligibility for admission
  • May perform duties described under Supervisor clerical Master Title.

Allergist

  • Diagnose and treats diseases conditions with allergic or immunologic causes
  • Examine patient, utilizing medical instruments equipment, patch tests and blood tests as diagnostic aids
  • Elicit records information about patients history
  • Analyse reports and test results prescribes treatment or medication for conditions, like bronchial asthma, dermatological disorders, connective tissue syndromes, transplantation, and autoimmunity
  • Refer patients to ancillary consultant services when indicated.

Allergist immunologist

  • Diagnose and treats diseases conditions with allergic or immunologic causes
  • Examine patient, utilizing medical instruments equipment, patch tests and blood tests as diagnostic aids
  • Elicit records information about patients history
  • Analyse reports and test results prescribes treatment or medication for conditions, like bronchial asthma, dermatological disorders, connective tissue syndromes, transplantation, and autoimmunity
  • Refer patients to ancillary consultant services when indicated.

Allergy Specialist

  • Diagnose and treats diseases conditions with allergic or immunologic causes
  • Examine patient, utilizing medical instruments equipment, patch tests and blood tests as diagnostic aids
  • Elicit records information about patients history
  • Analyse reports and test results prescribes treatment or medication for conditions, like bronchial asthma, dermatological disorders, connective tissue syndromes, transplantation, and autoimmunity
  • Refer patients to ancillary consultant services when indicated.

Ambulance Attendant

  • Accompany assists Ambulance Driver medical ser. on calls
  • Assist in lifting patient onto wheeled cart or stretcher and into out of ambulance
  • Render first aid, like bandaging, splinting and administering oxygen
  • May be required to have Red Cross first-aid training certificate.

Ambulance Driver

  • Drive ambulance to transport sick, injured, or convalescent persons
  • Place patients on stretcher loads stretcher into ambulance, usually with help of Ambulance Attendant medical ser.
  • Take sick or injured persons to hospital, or convalescents to destination, using knowledge skill in driving to avoid sudden motions detrimental to patients
  • Change soiled linen on stretcher
  • Administer first aid as needed
  • May shackle violent patients
  • May report facts concerning accident or emergency to hospital personnel or law enforcement officials.

Angiogram Special Procedures Technologist

  • Operate diagnostic imaging equipment to produce contrast enhanced radiographs of blood vessels to aid physician in diagnosis treatment of disease
  • Position patient in examining position, using immobilization devices, like head or shoulder braces
  • Operate fluoroscope to aid physician to view guide wire or catheter through blood vessel to area of interest
  • Fill automatic injector with contrast media, sets flow rate, and activates injection of contrast media into blood vessels of patient, as directed by physician
  • Monitor video display of area of interest and adjusts density contrast to obtain optimum exposure
  • Start filming sequence
  • Deliver film to dark room to be developed and reviews developed x rays for accuracy of positioning quality of exposure techniques.

Angiographer

  • Operate diagnostic imaging equipment to produce contrast enhanced radiographs of blood vessels to aid physician in diagnosis treatment of disease
  • Position patient in examining position, using immobilization devices, like head or shoulder braces
  • Operate fluoroscope to aid physician to view guide wire or catheter through blood vessel to area of interest
  • Fill automatic injector with contrast media, sets flow rate, and activates injection of contrast media into blood vessels of patient, as directed by physician
  • Monitor video display of area of interest and adjusts density contrast to obtain optimum exposure
  • Start filming sequence
  • Deliver film to dark room to be developed and reviews developed x rays for accuracy of positioning quality of exposure techniques.

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