Neurology Technicians perform various tasks, such as conducting neurological tests, monitoring patients during procedures, and managing medical equipment. They assist neurologists and other medical experts in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. Prime Physicians NTs enhance patient care by ensuring accurate assessments and offering a deeper glimpse into the intricacies of the brain and nerves, playing a pivotal role in patient care and treatment planning. 

Roles and Responsibilities of a Neurology Technician:  

Electroencephalogram (EEG) Administration: 

Conduct EEG tests to measure and record the electrical activity of the brain.  

Prepare patients for the procedure, ensuring comfort and understanding.  

Evoked Potential (EP) Testing: 

Perform EP tests to measure the electrical activity from the brain in response to stimuli (like visual or auditory stimuli).  

Patient Preparation: 

Clean and prepare the patient’s skin for electrode placement.  

Place and secure electrodes on the patient’s scalp or body, ensuring optimal signal capture. 

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