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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Awareness about anesthesia and anesthesiologist among the paramedical staffs of SN medical college, Bagalkot (Karnataka).
He said that an anesthesiologist is needed for performing pediatric diagnostic tests such as MRI, nuclear medicine, radiology, radiation, endoscopy, bronchoscopy etc.
The care-team model consists of physician anesthesiologists supervising resident physicians and directing non-physician anesthesia providers, such as CRNAs.
The anesthesiologist would stay with the patient throughout their experience, moving them through each step.
The anesthesiologist has nothing to comment since the fateful day when Joan Rivers underwent the throat procedure at the East 93rd Street Clinic.
ANESTHESIA TECHNOLOGISTS ASSIST ANESTHESIOLOGISTS and anesthetists in preparing and using equipment and supplies required for administering anesthesia.
Bucklin, professor of anesthesiology at the University of Colorado at Denver, Aurora, and co-moderator of a related poster discussion session, asked, 'Are [obstetric] anesthesiologists less comfortable in providing general anesthesia for cesarean delivery?
Using logistic regression and a variety of propensity models to control for selection, we found no evidence that maternal mortality or anesthesia and other complication rates were higher in hospitals that relied on CRNAs only or both anesthesiologists and CRNAs for obstetrical anesthesia, compared with hospitals using only anesthesiologists for these services.
Average reimbursement rates for anesthesia may change because of this increase in supply, but there would be no reason for the rates to differ for the same service whether it was provided by a CRNA or anesthesiologist, if payers did (correctly) perceive of them as identical services.
Camann adds that concerns about individual cases should be referred to the anesthesiologists and/or surgeons involved in the actual case.
Rebecca Lowery, a pediatric anesthesiologist at Children's Hospital in Denver.