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As a Cardiovascular Technician you use a variety of procedures and instruments to diagnose and treat heart disease and vascular problems in your patients. You perform electrocardiograms (EKGs), stress tests and Holter monitoring. You may also perform more diagnostic tasks, using sonography and other types of non-invasive procedures as well as advanced life support techniques. Most Cardiovascular Technician positions are found in hospitals and require a 40+ hour work week that could include evenings, weekends, and holidays.
As a Cardiovascular Technologist you'll spend long hours walking or standing, and may be required to move heavy equipment or assist in moving patients. A few skills needed to be a successful Cardiovascular Technologist is great communication and empathy. You must have the ability to communicate technical information clearly to patients of all ages. Cardiovascular Technologists also must be patient and understanding to be able to calm patients who will be undergoing potentially uncomfortable and intimidating procedures.
When preparing for your interview, be sure to do your homework on the facility you'll be interviewing with. Get familiar with the equipment, population and providers you may have the opportunity to work with. Relay to the interviewer that you are a problem solver who is equally good with machines and people. Tell the interviewer that you are a critical thinker and your able to follow detailed instructions. Have a few situations in your back pocket to share with the interviewer that displayed your knowledge, patience and expertise in the field.