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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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AN ABERDEEN anaesthetist is leading a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers fatigue can pose to health workers.
He lauded the KRNA for launching the document saying it is a sound guideline to the practice of nurse anaesthetists in the country.
Young anaesthetists covering 'all' emergencies have the most clinically demanding and stressful job.
Presiding over a meeting, the minister said there had not been even a single anaesthetist available at DHQ hospitals at Chiniot, Vehari, Lodhran, Bahawalnagar and Nankana Sahib while the situation at various THQ hospitals has also been similar.
but unfortunately no anaesthetist applied for any slot.
The source informed, the post of one professor and associate professor each, 2 assistant professors, 6 senior registrars, 15 MOs and 3 House officers (HOs) for anaesthesia were falling vacant at the centre adding that the posts were advertised thrice, but unfortunately no anaesthetist applied for any slot.
Rusch, "Job satisfaction, life satisfaction and burnout in French anaesthetists," Journal of Health Psychology, vol.
They mentioned giving more regard to the anaesthetists because anaesthesiology has just recently been added in the undergraduate medical curriculum.17 Moreover,34 (64.15%) believed a period of three months should be the ideal duration of an anaesthesiology house job.
The general rule is that in theatre the members of the operating or treatment team, such as anaesthetists, surgeons and circulating nurses, are independent contractors and are not legally liable for one another's negligent acts or omissions in theatre or postoperatively.
The college welcomed the opportunity to present the revised registered nurse assistant to the anaesthetist knowledge and skills framework, which incorporates the recommendations of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists on the anaesthetist assistant role.
It happens about 150 times a year, the study for the Royal College of Anaesthetists revealed.