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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Dr Kathleen Ferguson, a consultant at ARI and president of the Association of Anaesthetists, is one of the driving forces behind Fight Fatigue.
The training of medical officers as anaesthetist has also been started and the doctors successfully completing certain diplomas would be paid special allowances.
MULTAN:Pak Italian Modern Centre is facing acute shortage of anaesthetists wherein only
MULTAN -- Pak Italian Modern Centre is facing acute shortage of anaesthetists wherein only two medical officers (MOs) of anaesthesia are working against total 28 posts.
Mr Bennett instructed lawyers at Irwin Mitchell who claimed that if the anaesthetist had been present at the time of his cardiac arrest, then drugs could have been administered which may have meant surgery could have continued as planned.
12.58 Anaesthetist registrar arrives in resus room and starts attempt to put a tube in Jahnai's windpipe.
Dr Field changed my life." Dr Bolanos worked at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Hospital as a paediatric anaesthetist and was an instructor at the Harvard Medical School.
Does anaesthetist play an intra-operative role equal to surgeon?###38 (73.58%)
It was the second time the Bahraini expert testified against two medics, an anaesthetist and a trainee, implicated in the death of Fatima Ali Hassan which happened on the operating table at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC).
In the recovery room, the patient's condition should be monitored by the nursing staff under the general supervision of the anaesthetist until the patient has recovered from the effects of the anaesthetic.
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.
Anaesthetist Laura McClelland, from Cardiff, has helped to make an animated film