Whats the difference between an EKG Tech and a Cardiac Tech?
I was just wondering because i know cardiac techs make more but they do the same thing an EKG tech does . The hierarchy is...... Cardiovascular Technologist Cardiac Technician EKG Technician Are Cardiac Techs in demand and whats the point of being an EKG tech when cardiac techs make more. How much will i be making a every two weeks if I go to school to become a Cardiac tech?
Asked By: Tink - 8/24/2011
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Think of it like this ~ Would you rather be a nursing assistant, LPN or a Registered Nurse? The pay is different because what each of them is able to do is different. An RN has to learn everything an assistant and LPN learns and more as well. So they make more and the training is longer. You have a similar question... More
Answered By: Kevin - 8/24/2011
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An EKG tech doesn't have to be certified in a lot of places. There is no law saying you have to go to school to do it so people sometimes learn it on the job. Basically you operate the EKG. You connect it to patients and give the results to the Physician... More
Answered By: Paladin - 8/24/2011
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