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The Surgical Technology program in (AMI) prepares students to work as valuable members of a surgical team, which most commonly includes surgeons, anesthesiologists, and circulating nurses. Surgical Technologists assist in surgical procedures under the supervision of surgeons, registered nurses, and other surgical personnel.They perform a variety of critical hands-on tasks, including:
- Preparing operating rooms by setting up surgical instruments and equipment.
- Preparing patients for surgery by washing, shaving, and disinfecting incision sites.
- Passing instruments and other sterile supplies to surgeons during surgical procedures.
- Maintaining a proper sterile field throughout the surgical process.
- Monitoring and assessing operating room conditions.
The ability to perform under pressure in stressful and emergency situations is a quality essential to. A stable temperament, a strong sense of responsibility, considerable patience, and concern for order are required. Manual dexterity and physical stamina are vital. They must be able to work quickly, but accurately, and must be oriented to detail, yet able to integrate a number of activities according to priority. They must be keenly sensitive to the needs of the patient as well as to the needs of other members of the surgical team. Individuals who practice this profession have a strong desire to help others and make a valuable contribution to society