anaesthetist

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Synonyms for anaesthetist

a specialist who administers an anesthetic to a patient before he is treated

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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.
A LEADING anaesthetist has created an animated bedtime story to ease the fears of young children needing surgery.
Dr Kalaivani Rajan has worked as a consultant cardiac anaesthetist at Newcastle's Freeman Hospital for almost six years.
Senior academic paediatric anaesthetists may find this frustrating; however the book is not aimed at them
His team at the Royal College of Anaesthetists and Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland, will spend the next year examining cases closely.
As an anaesthetist, your work could include preparing patients for surgery; relieving pain in child-birth; and easing pain after an operation.
Over the last year we have been keen to improve the technology and have liaised closely with the medical profession to see how it could be improved to meet the needs of anaesthetists.
Health Secretary Alan Johnson should order an immediate investigation into how anaesthetists can be provided in maternity wards at any time of the day or night.
Anaesthetists also prepare patients for surgery, relieve pain during child-birth, ease post-operative pain and manage acute and chronic pain.
Anaesthetists also prepare patients for surgery, relieving pain during childbirth, ease post-operative pain and manage acute and chronic pain.
Two senior sources at Walsgrave Hospital, in Coventry, claimed patients needing heart surgery will have to be treated by general anaesthetists instead of cardiac specialists because of staff shortages.
Consultant anaesthetists Dr Steve Benford and Dr Karim Hussain, from the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton, are hoping to use their medical skills to help people who have been hurt in the war.
Fellow anaesthetists confirmed Scottish consultants were suffering from an overload of work.