Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists, also called electroencephalographers, use special equipment to record patients’ brain waves and electrical impulses of the nervous system.
Electroneurodiagnostic Techs attach electrodes to a patient to record neuro-electric activity. Some of the tests performed include: an Electroencephalogram (EEG), Polysomnogram (PSG) and an Evoked Potential (EP). The role of an electroneurodiagnostic tech is to:
- Take patient history
- Record electrical potentials
- Calculate test results
- Report findings to physician
- Give quality patient care
This focused degree teaches you how to recognize normal and abnormal electrical activity, use ENDT equipment, and collaborate with other health team members. Your work might help reveal sleep disorders, epilepsy and stroke.
Job Placement Rate
Southeast Tech's Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program boasts a 100% job placement rate among its graduates.
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Why STI: Clinical experience
Before completing your Associate of Applied Science degree at STI, you will complete a seven-month clinical rotation at a medical center in the U.S. In addition, you will gain expertise in testing methods to obtain quality data for each testing situation, in performing testing among clinically diverse populations, and in troubleshooting techniques.
Other Southeast Tech benefits:
Skills that Matter: Southeast Technical Institute’s Electroneurodiagnostic Tech program will instill in you good patient care, teamwork, integrity and accountability in your actions.
Hands-on Learning: The Electroneurodiagnostic Tech program uses STI’s state-of-the-art electroneurodiagnostic lab to give you first-hand experience with today’s technology.
What can you do with your STI degree
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is a regional hub for many healthcare centers, which draw rural residents to the area. After graduation, you will find opportunities to use your skills in:
- Specialized health facilities
- Outpatient care centers
Southeast Tech’s program curriculum for ENDT totals 80 credits over 24 months, including classes in Applied Electronics & Instrumentation, Anatomy/Physiology and Electroneurodiagnostic Technical Science.
Costs for this program are calculated based on a charge of $248 per credit hour, plus
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