anaesthetist

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anaesthetist

1. Brit a qualified doctor specializing in the administration of anaesthetics
2. US a person qualified to administer anaesthesia, often a nurse or someone other than a physician
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The grandmother-of-one's husband, Dr Suresh Kothandaraman, 58, is already in Chennai working as a general anaesthetist.
Without an anaesthetist, she had to give birth to Dylan naturally and he died with the umbilical cord wrapped around his tiny body.
Anaesthetists can work in a variety of settings including consulting rooms, wards, operating theatres, and special units such as accident and emergency.
The latest thing is that some of the general anaesthetists want to take on the cardiac lists but that is not right without the appropriate training or three-month refresher course in heart surgery.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists believes that while there is the slightest possibility that such patients can feel pain they should be given an anaesthetic before surgery to remove the heart, lung, liver and pancreas.
She added: "The anaesthetist seemed very abrupt and it was me who had to volunteer that I was taking blood pressure tablets and smoked.
com/reports/c82935) has announced the addition of "Principles and Practice of Pharmacology for Anaesthetists, 5th Edition" to their offering.
A range of options is available to impart this information; little is known however, about the follow-up patterns of anaesthetists following the identification and management of a difficult airway.
Safety is paramount to anaesthetists and to help ensure this, the UK is one of the few countries in Europe that insist that all anaesthetics are given by highly trained doctors.
Welsh doctor helps Mothers of Africa send anaesthetists to Liberia A WELSH consultant is helping to address a dire shortage of anaesthetists in war-torn Liberia.
They don't have the infrastructure, drugs, or anaesthetists,' said Dr Hall.