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Endoscopy Nurses assist specialists when endoscopy is being performed on a patient. The Endoscopy Nurse is often the patient's first contact, as well as the one who answers the patient's questions. Skills shown on sample resumes of Endoscopy Nurses include interviewing patients to obtain medical information; measuring patients' vital signs, weight, and height; and administering medications for sedation during procedures. In order to be considered for the position of Endoscopy Nurse, an applicant must be able to list the completion of a training course with an accredited nursing school on his or her resume.

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Endoscopy Nurse

Efficiently and effectively prepped and recovered endoscopy patients

  • Gave conscious sedation and monitored patients during procedures
  • Assumed charge nurse responsibilities after less than one year from hire date
  • Performed lead role position in both pre-op and PACU positions
  • Worked closely with anesthesia attendings and nurse anesthetists to give excellent patient care
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
11
months
at this job
BS
Bachelor of Science
12

GI Endoscopy Nurse - Pre-procedure

Pre-procedure, procedure, and post-procedure care for inpatients and outpatients in a busy hospital [company name].

  • Admitted and started IV - obtaining full history from patient.
  • Conscious Sedation - administered conscious sedation following SGNA guidelines and monitored patients while under conscious sedation, utilizing advanced nursing skills.
  • Recovery, discharge, follow-up - written and verbal instructions given to patient regarding their diagnosis, physician orders, and follow-up.
Candidate Info
36
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
AA
Nursing
13

Endoscopy Nurse

Pre-operative duties; health assessment, hemodynamic assessment, documentation, EKG monitoring, IV access.

  • Provided patient education regarding Endoscopic procedures and patient expectations as well as discharge instructions.
  • Under the direction of the physician, administered sedation, monitored cardiac status, assisted with specimen collection, and procedure documentation.
  • Proficient with technical equipment, scope handling, cleaning processes, and storage procedures.
  • Proficient with all GI Endoscopic procedures, Pulmonary, Pediatric GI procedures.
  • Frequently functioned in the role of Charge Nurse in all areas; Pre-op, Control Desk, and Post Recovery Room.
  • Fostered a team approach to patient care.
  • Co-coordinator for infusion/transfusion department. (See Special Projects)
  • In charge of department nursing assistants (including department preceptor for all new nurse hires; facilitator for yearly validation of clinical skills. Designated nurse liaison for support staff.
  • May 2006: Process Improvement Project submitted for Nurses Week: Safe Positioning of Patients requiring fluoroscopy during special procedures.
Candidate Info
47
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
C
Nursing Education
BS
Nursing
14

Endoscopy Nurse

Staff Nurse in the Endoscopy Suite

  • Responsible for pre and post operative nursing care
  • Assisted physicians with colonoscopies, esophogastroduodenoscopies, liver biopsies and capsule endoscopies
  • Assessed patient's readiness for endoscopy procedures, identifying pertinent medical information, establishing intravenous access line, and assess special needs to ensure a positive patient outcome
  • Maintenance and upkeep of equipment in the Endoscopy suite
  • Assisted in maintaining AAAASF certification by complying with required rules and regulations in the unit
  • Interim charge nurse
Candidate Info
17
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
15

Endoscopy Nurse

Endoscopic Lab Nurse responsible for preoperative assessments, IV starts, postoperative recovery, lab work, and discharge teaching.

  • Proficient management of patients undergoing Colonoscopy, EGD, ERCP EUS and Bronchoscopy
  • Proficient delivery of IV Therapy
  • Possesses strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently and efficiently as part of a team in fast-pace environment
  • Strong customer service mind-set in delivery of care
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
Wound Care Nursing
Progress
Nursing
16

Endoscopy Nurse

During preprocedural assessment: properly identify patient with use of name, DOB, unique identification number, data collection of medical history, history of cardiac pacemaker, cardiac defibrillator, current medications which can affect the conduct of procedure, allergies to medication, latex and foods, fasting status, weight, level of comfort, history of alcohol tobacco, substance abuse, history of prior endoscopic or sedation procedure, response to bowel prep, physical appliances (hearing aids, glasses, dentures), women with childbearing age are queried about pregnancy with pregnancy test or document with sufficient "yes" or "no" response.

  • Responsible for completion of informed consents, provide discussion of treatment choices including a right to refuse treatment. During sedation, responsible for monitoring patient's depth of sedation (minimal, moderate, deep), patients who were sedated of propofol, midazolam, fentanyl, ketamine.
  • Confirm that all monitoring devices and resuscitation equipment are functional. (mask ventilation, tracheal intubation equipments, pharmacologic antagonists like naloxone, flumazenil or both). Baseline functional physiological values of heart rate, arterial oxygen saturation, blood pressure are recorded and monitored during procedure.
  • On discharge, use of Aldrete scoring system, provide patients with verbal and written structure with outlined diet, activity (not to drive or operate machinery), teaching of pathology result follow up or prior testing. Making sure patients sign and understood written discharge sheet. A telephone number or contact number to call is given to patients to call for complication related to endoscopic procedure. On discharge, makes sure a responsible individual should accompanies patient home.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Applied Science
BA
Bachelor of Arts
BA
Bachelor of Arts
17

Endoscopy Nurse

Assess, plan and evaluate the nursing care needs of the patient before, during and after endoscopy procedures.

  • Provide pre-op care, prep the patient; intra-op, assist the physician during procedures and post-op, monitor patient's recovery.
  • Coordinate the procedure room with respect to sterility, cleanliness, availability of functioning endoscopic equipment and supplies.
  • Monitor, record and communicate patient condition as appropriate utilizing computerized documentation systems.
  • Instruct and educate patients and families.
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BA
Anthropology
18

Endoscopy Nurse

Admit, assess, collect patient health history and information to record in patient database

  • Place intravenous catheter for access to receive sedative medications
  • Responsible for administering IV conscious sedation during procedure while monitoring patient vital signs and assist physicians
  • Recovery of patients involves assessment of abdomen and IV site, monitor vital signs
  • Making return appointments or contacting other professionals and specialists for referrals
Candidate Info
16
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
AS
Applied Science
BA
Bsn
Medical Technician
19

Endoscopy Nurse

Direct surgical care under physician supervision in conscious sedation of surgical patients

  • Airway management of sedated surgical patients
  • Monitoring the surgical patient condition during pre-op, intra-op, and post-op phase
  • Relief Charge Nurse responsible for the supervision of nursing and technical staff and responsible for surgical patient flow and scheduling
  • Direct care with emergent situations such as bleeds, ruptures, perforations, etc
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Nursing
20

Staff Nurse on Medical Surgical Unit, Endoscopy Nurse, Assistant Clinical Coordinator

Administered medications to consumers

  • Started intravenous infusions
  • Assisted physicians with endoscopic procedures, bone marrow aspirations, physical exams, insertion of central lines, assisted with epidural blocks.
  • Instructed patients on diabetic information/procedures
  • Preceptor new employee
  • Supported and cared for patients with arterial, central and swan ganz lines
  • Cared for children in PACU and ambulatory surgery units
  • Completed work schedule for employees
Candidate Info
30
years in
workforce
24
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma

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