1. The Board may issue a temporary license to practice perfusion in this State to
a person who has not yet completed the examination required pursuant to NRS 630.2692 but who:
(a) Has completed an approved perfusion education program;
(b) Files an application; and
(c) Pays the required fee.
2. A perfusionist shall supervise and direct a temporarily licensed perfusionist at
all times during which the temporarily licensed perfusionist performs perfusion.
3. A temporary license is valid for 1 year after the date it is issued and may be
extended subject to regulation by the Board. The application for renewal must be signed by a supervising licensed perfusionist.
4. If a temporarily licensed perfusionist fails any portion of the examination required
pursuant to NRS 630.2692, he or she shall immediately surrender the temporary license to the Board.
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