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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While looking down the patient's throat with a laryngoscope, the tube is passed through the vocal cords by the anaesthetist.
At present there are 14,900 qualified anaesthetists for an Indian population of 1.
The general rule is that in theatre the members of the operating or treatment team, such as anaesthetists, surgeons and circulating nurses, are independent contractors and are not legally liable for one another's negligent acts or omissions in theatre or postoperatively.
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.
The Perioperative Nurses College continues to liaise closely with the New Zealand National Committee of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (NCNZ -ANZCA) and the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists to ensure that the RNAA course meets ANZCA PS08 Recommendations and produces well-trained and competent practitioners.
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
The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI 2002) does provide some guidance on this practical concept, clearly stating that 'the removal of tracheal tubes from patients in the recovery room is the responsibility of the anaesthetist'.
Tariq Salahuddin further said that there is sever shortage of anaesthetists at district and tehsil level in Punjab causing great difficulties for doctors as well as patients to be operated.
Anaesthetists are qualified medical doctors who specialise in pain management, anaesthesia, and intensive care medicine.
The equipment helps anaesthetists work out where to position the needle, thereby cutting failure rates and reducing the risk of causing injury.
Currently it is the only device, which allows anaesthetists to take complete control over blood pressure non-invasively and since it was launched it has rapidly gained credibility from anaesthetists across the country.