M-9, r. 12.3 - Regulation respecting the professional activities that may be engaged in by a medical electrophysiology technologist

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3. To engage in the activities described in section 2, a medical electrophysiology technologist must hold a training certificate issued by the Ordre des technologues en imagerie médicale, en radio-oncologie et en électrophysiologie médicale du Québec confirming the successful completion of training comprising the following 2 modules:
(1)  theoretical training of 17 hours offered on the training portal of the Order on
(a)  the description of contrast substances;
(b)  injection techniques;
(c)  the procedure to install an intravenous infusion;
(d)  the precautions, effects and interventions following an injection;
(e)  the monitoring of signs and symptoms related to possible complications in the patient;
(f)  adverse effects of contrast substances;
(g)  asepsis;
(h)  risk factors to be considered prior to injection; and
(i)  the volumes to be injected;
(2)  clinical training consisting in at least 15 injections of contrast substances administered independently, 3 of which including the installation of an intravenous infusion, supervised by a medical electrophysiology technologist, holding a training certificate to perform echocardiography or vascular ultrasonography and a training certificate for the activities referred to in section 2. The training may also be supervised by a medical imaging technologist or a radiation oncology technologist.
804-2017O.C. 804-2017, s. 3.
In force: 2017-09-14
3. To engage in the activities described in section 2, a medical electrophysiology technologist must hold a training certificate issued by the Ordre des technologues en imagerie médicale, en radio-oncologie et en électrophysiologie médicale du Québec confirming the successful completion of training comprising the following 2 modules:
(1)  theoretical training of 17 hours offered on the training portal of the Order on
(a)  the description of contrast substances;
(b)  injection techniques;
(c)  the procedure to install an intravenous infusion;
(d)  the precautions, effects and interventions following an injection;
(e)  the monitoring of signs and symptoms related to possible complications in the patient;
(f)  adverse effects of contrast substances;
(g)  asepsis;
(h)  risk factors to be considered prior to injection; and
(i)  the volumes to be injected;
(2)  clinical training consisting in at least 15 injections of contrast substances administered independently, 3 of which including the installation of an intravenous infusion, supervised by a medical electrophysiology technologist, holding a training certificate to perform echocardiography or vascular ultrasonography and a training certificate for the activities referred to in section 2. The training may also be supervised by a medical imaging technologist or a radiation oncology technologist.
804-2017O.C. 804-2017, s. 3.