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View Resource Cytotechnologist

Cytotechnologists work with a wide variety of laboratory specimen preparations and a basic knowledge of contemporary procedures and technologies such as image analysis, flow cytometry,...

http://www.flahec.org/hlthcareers/CYTOTECH.HTM
View Resource Medical Technologist/ Clinical Laboratory Scientist

Medical technologists, also known as clinical laboratory scientists, analyze human blood, tissues, and body fluids. They also oversee the performance of thousands of types of medical laboratory tests...

http://www.flahec.org/hlthcareers/MEDTECH.HTM
View Resource Cardiovascular/ Cardiopulmonary Technologist

The CVT may specialize in one or more of three specialties: 1) Invasive Cardiology ? assisting the physician with all aspects of cardiac catheterization from cardiovascular diagnostics to i...

http://www.flahec.org/hlthcareers/CARDTECH.HTM
View Resource Blood Bank Technology Specialist

Specialists in blood banking work in many types of facilities, including community blood centers, hospital blood banks and transfusion services, transplantation laboratories and blood bank equipment...

http://www.flahec.org/hlthcareers/BLOODBAN.HTM
View Resource Electroneuro- diagnostic Technologist

Electroneurodiagnostic technologists should have manual dexterity, good vision, writing skills, basic computer skills, excellent communication skills, the desire to help people, the ability to work...

http://www.flahec.org/hlthcareers/ELNEUTEC.HTM
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