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Synonyms for anesthetist

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

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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
Professor Tim Cook, co-author and a Consultant Anesthetist in Bath said, "Risks to patients undergoing general anesthesia are very small and have decreased considerably in the last decades.
The major drugs of abuse in nurse anesthetists, once we get past alcohol, are IV opioids," says Zwerling, who serves as chief anesthetist at a cancer center in Pennsylvania, "These drugs in some cases are up to 1,000 times more potent than morphine.
A Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) is an advanced practice nurse who administers anesthesia.
Unknown gunmen shot down Ammar Hussein, an anesthetist working at Abu Ghraib Hospital (20 km west of Baghdad), while he was leaving his clinic at the medical compound in downtown Abu Ghraib district," the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: The court found the threshold issue to be: Does the written contract entered into by the parties, by its language, impose an obligation upon the hospital to offer the nurse a position as a nurse anesthetist upon the successful completion of her course of studies?
Endoscopists then don't have to pay for a registered nurse to monitor the patient, because the anesthetist or anesthesiologist already does that.
After nurses Masako Yamaguchi, 28 and Yoko Kawano, 36, brought the patients to the wrong operating rooms, anesthetist Minako Ashidagawa, 32, put the lung patient under and surgeon Yoshinori Takanashi, 58, operated, inflicting injuries that required five weeks to heal, according to the ruling.
Salamati, the nurse anesthetist who administered Demerol and other painkillers during the breast augmentation and liposuction procedures, rejected the plaintiffs' claims that the 25-year-old mother went into hypothermia during the surgery.
634, an anesthetist entered into an agreement with two hospitals to provide anesthesia services.
The founder of the initial Long Island Society was Adolph Frederick Erdmann, apparently the first professional physician anesthetist in the U.
Nurse anesthetist independence was first proposed by HCFA in 1997.