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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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Addressing a press conference at PMA House Sindh here on Wednesday he said Sindh was particularly faced with acute shortage of anesthetists
Thus board certification of physician anesthetists as specialists could be established according to AMA criteria.
Now, Montana remains a state that recognizes the unique skills, education, and training of certified nurse anesthetists, and recognizes the research that had established unquestionably the high level of safety and quality that characterizes CRNA practice.
National CRNA Week was established by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists to encourage CRNAs to educate the public about anesthesia safety, questions to ask prior to undergoing surgery, and the benefits of receiving anesthesia care from a nurse anesthetist.
It is worth mentioning here that surgical operation had been disturbed due to shortage of Anesthetists in these five districts.
She said anesthetists were being offered re-employment after retirement.
'Amid acute shortage of anesthetists in various DHQ and THQ Hospitals, special initiatives were being taken.
Yasmin Rashid said that Provincial Health Department was taking every necessary step to cater the shortage of anesthesia experts and teaching institutions have been directed to increase seats for anesthetist cadre.
The authors sought to assess whether the specific anesthesia care team composition (physician anesthesiologist plus nurse anesthetist or anesthesiologist assistant) was associated with differences in perioperative outcomes.
Shortage and misdistribution of anesthetists is a social problem in many countries leading to workload, job dissatisfaction, and finally burnout [8].
One of the four specialist anesthetists was due for pension while the others wanted to quit for unidentified reasons, reportedly for better packages at other hospitals, Khaleej Times has learnt.
The survey asked all senior anesthetists in NHS hospitals in the UK (more than 80% of whom replied) to report how many cases of accidental awareness during general anesthesia they encountered in 2011.