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Synonyms for anesthesiologist

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

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I am honored to have been selected to provide the vital leadership and vision to help strengthen ASA as the voice of American anesthesiologists," said Mr.
By integrating the BioZ Cardio Profile system into surgical protocols, anesthesiologists will be able to impact post-operative complications, length of hospital stay, and costs associated with complications1.
As anesthesiologists convene in the nation's capital for Anesthesiology 2012 -- the annual meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists -- education sessions, technology solutions, and conversation among attendees have focused around how providers are preparing for the 30 million newly insured patients set to enter the healthcare system under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
What this means to you: Anesthesiologists are not subject to any eRx penalty this year if they did not:
The California Society of Anesthesiologists is a physician organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of the profession of anesthesiology, to fostering excellence through continuing medical education, and to serving as an advocate for anesthesiologists and their patients.
Unfortunately, like all physicians, anesthesiologists also face the prospect of a formula-driven 25%-30% cut in Medicare payments starting January 1, 2012, unless Congress fixes the formula.
Contains proprietary findings of Marketdata custom mail surveys of pain programs & anesthesiologists (separate operating data for multidisciplinary programs vs.
With 100 anesthesiologists, 150 certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) and anesthesia assistants (AAs), and affiliations with hospitals and outpatient surgery centers across the state, GFA's objective is to integrate operations to reduce costs and insure compliant billing with appropriate reimbursements for services rendered across its many anesthesia subspecialties.
put patients at risk of being inflicted with delirium, dementia or death because a brain monitor is not used by the anesthesiologist.
However, there is no shortage of physician anesthesiologists or nurse anesthetists in the VA system .
The anesthesiologist considered a party to Joan Rivers' botched throat procedure is finally revealed.
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.
Researchers also found that although nurse anesthetists are trained to handle very complex cases, anesthesiologists work on more of those cases, which involve greater risk of death and are higher paying.
The biggest issue, many believe, is that in the operating room, anesthesiologists face a complex environment.