ASET adheres to the highest standard of care for patients and as such, develops competencies, standards and policies that have become the professional norm. Working through committees and task forces, ASET has published guidelines to assist the Neurodiagnostic professional in performing duties and highlighting proper procedures for a neurodiagnostic laboratory. Through the efforts of volunteers representing the neurodiagnostic profession, and in cooperation with other allied health organizations, the following standards, practices and competencies have been developed to guide and assist the profession.
National Competency Skill Standards
Evoked Potentials [EP]
Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring [IONM]
Long-Term Monitoring in Epilepsy [LTME]
Nerve Conduction Studies [NCS]
Polysomnography Studies [PSG]
Continuous EEG Monitoring in Intensive Care Units [ICU/cEEG]
CoA-NDT Standards and Competencies
This video demonstrates best practices on how to protect the skin integrity for patients undergoing EEG procedures. The video, along with the accompanying Guidelines and an ASET Skin Safety online course, were developed by the ASET Skin Safety Task Force.
ASET would like to extend sincere appreciation to Weaver and Company for providing funding for this important project.