operating room technician

operating room technician

See Certified Surgical Technologist.

op·er·at·ing room tech·ni·cian

(op'ĕr-āt-ing rūm tek-nish'ŭn)
The member of the surgical team who assists in preparing the operating room for surgery and performing other tasks (i.e., arranging equipment, assisting doctors in passing instruments). Training programs last 1 to 2 years. At the end of the training period, students must pass an examination by the Association of Surgical Technologists to become certified.
Synonym(s): surgical technician, surgical technologist.
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But in those suites, the C-arm is actually right next to the bed, so it would get in anesthesia's way, it would get in the way of our table, and it would be a problem if we ever had to convert to [open-heart surgery]," said Senior Airman Brandon Bloomer, an operating room technician.
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