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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 legislation would eliminate the existing and proven model of care where physician anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists work together as a team to ensure our Veterans receive the highest quality and safest anesthesia care.
Investigators working for the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services already asked the anesthesiologist to participate in the inquiry, but Bankulla declined to cooperate.
Bucklin also wanted to know, "Are [obstetric] anesthesiologists more likely to limp along with a bad epidural for cesarean delivery?
The anesthesiologist as perioperative physician: the PCP of the preoperative period?
I had earlier declined the amnesia-producing Versed for sedation, so my last memory as I went under was being the focus of the undivided attention of a senior attending anesthesiologist.
That being said, we have published guidelines with other GI societies that make it clear that the administration of propofol by an anesthesiologist or nurse anesthetist is really not appropriate in most healthy patients undergoing routine endoscopy.
DO ANESTHESIOLOGISTS WHO HAVE CRNAs WORKING UNDER THEIR SUPERVISION HAVE VICARIOUS LIABILITY FOR THEM?
The court noted that the anesthesiologist may have acted contrary to the applicable standards of care when, he left the hospital, ostensibly because he checked the hospital's 'white board" and found nothing on it and allegedly called out to the nursing staff and got no response.
If you look at the database for the state of Florida, fentanyl is abused in 90% of cases of physician addicts," and if fentanyl is being abused by a physician, there's a "9-out-of-10 chance that it is an anesthesiologist," he said.
Among physicians most likely to become addicted to prescription drugs, anesthesiologists top the list.