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- by 0402 Sep 6, '11If a job application asks if you have telemetry experience, do they mean on a unit specifically called a telemetry unit or do they just mean experience with pts on telemetry monitoring? I'm really sorry if this sounds like a dumb question- it's literally just a drop down yes or no, as part of a set of 5 supplementary questions to the main application. I don't want to misrepresent but I also don't want to discount the experience I do have. Thanks.
- Sep 6, '11 by xtxrnIn terms of experience, I would take that as specific tele experience- not just putting on the leads. jmho
- Sep 6, '11 by Been there,done thatHaving telemetry experience means you are able to interpret rhythms,and know how to respond appropriately for any changes in cardiac status.
- Sep 6, '11 by All4SeasonsExperience with cardiac moniters,i.e. interpreting cardiac rhythms- that's what's meant.
- Sep 6, '11 by sunshine1216i agree it means you can initiate the leads and interpret rhythms and recognize and know how to treat rhythms.