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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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Providing guidance and direction for the nation's 28,000 CRNAs is the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA).
Under the HHS proposal outlined in the Federal Register, states would decide whether nurse anesthetists require physician supervision.
According to Hebert, HCFA considered the issue for seven years before determining that it was smart healthcare policy to remove the requirement that nurse anesthetists be supervised simply in order for hospitals to be reimbursed for senior surgical patients' care.
Steven Cook, CRNA, president of the Florida Association of Nurse Anesthetists, called the legislation "another political assault on nurse anesthetists in Florida and around the country.
For more information about certified registered nurse anesthetists, visit MANA's web site at http://www.
Some medical sources, who wished to remain anonymous, told Khaleej Times that the resigning anesthetists got better job offers and more lucrative packages at other hospitals and health facilities in other emirates.
She said hands on training for young [professionals is also part of the program besides series scientific sessions to be participated and attended by anesthetists from across the country.
Nurse anesthetists have provided anesthesia care in the United States since the Civil War, making them the oldest nursing specialty group in the United States.
About the Maryland Association of Nurse Anesthetists (MANA)
He would be named to the recovering nurses group's board of directors, using his intervention training from Eagleville to serve on the intervention team for a number of nurses and nurse anesthetists.
The Colorado Nurses Association, the Colorado Association of Nurse Anesthetists, and the Colorado Hospital Association have filed a petition to intervene in the lawsuit in support of Governor Bill Ritter.