Cardiac Catheterization Lab Technologists: What They Do and How to Become One

You’ve always been drawn to the healthcare field, and the high-impact, high-intensity work that comes along when dealing with serious health conditions sounds like it could be the perfect fit for you. While there are certainly several healthcare roles that share this appeal, working in the cardiac catheterization lab as a diagnostic imaging specialist is one option that’s caught your attention.

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