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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She is due to have her third child at Hexham in October but was told that it might not be possible because of a shortage of consultant anaesthetists.
It is a reminder for anaesthetists of all levels of experience not to become complacent in their role as experts in airway management.
The woman continued to experience pain as the surgeon was stitching her up and when she told him, the anaesthetist ignored it and only said, "It will be over soon.
I will joining as consultant cardiac anaesthetist at Apollo's 50th hospital in Chennai.
Health Secretary Alan Johnson should order an immediate investigation into how anaesthetists can be provided in maternity wards at any time of the day or night.
Anaesthetists use a range of techniques including local anaesthetics such as epidurals and other nerve blocks.
Two senior sources at Walsgrave Hospital, in Coventry, claimed patients needing heart surgery will have to be treated by general anaesthetists instead of cardiac specialists because of staff shortages.
A HOSPITAL anaesthetist accused of downloading pornographic images of children has been found dead.
BMA representative, Dr Edwin Borman, a consultant anaesthetist at Walsgrave Hospital has been involved in the negotiations along with fellow Walsgrave anaesthetist Dr Mark Porter.
Police divers searched the River Dee when Aberdeen Royal Infirmary anaesthetist Paul Martin vanished for three days last week.