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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 anaesthetists at the Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust have achieved the prestigious Anaesthesia Clinical Services Accreditation (ACSA) from the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA).
The campaign was started by the Association of Anaesthetists, the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine after the death of a trainee anaesthetist who was driving home tired after a night shift.
NURSE ANAESTHETISTS Mr Kuti was speaking during the launch of a document on the scope of practice for the Kenya Registered Nurse Anaesthetists (KRNA).
A doctor who worked in emergency hospitals understands the chaos, unsafe care and appalling suffering caused by lack of critical care beds and anaesthetists.
According to the plan, anaesthetists will be recruited against 305 vacant slots out of the 408 sanctioned posts at various districts.
He said that all hospitals of Multan were short of anaesthetists including
He said that all hospitals of Multan were short of anaesthetists including Children Complex, Institute of Kidney Diseases, Nishtar and CPEIC.
At present there are 14,900 qualified anaesthetists for an Indian population of 1.21 billion which means one specialist anaesthesiologist for every 81,208 people.10 In this scenario, a medical students career choice plays a pivotal role in healthcare delivery system of any country.11 There can be academic and non-academic factors which may be associated with retention of undergraduate medical students, hence preventing their future career opportunities.12
The approach of our courts is that during surgical operations surgeons and anaesthetists are independent contractors and are not responsible for each other's actions, nor do they have to 'second-guess' each other's conduct.
Representatives from the Nursing Council, the Medical Sciences Council, the national committee of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, the Society of Anaesthetists, the Anaesthetic Technicians' Society, the Perioperative Nurses College (NZNO) (PNC) and NZNO attended.
Anaesthetists are being urged to check procedures amid fears the problem will spiral as Brits get fatter.
Laura secured PS2,000 in grants from the Association of Paediatric Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland, the Paediatric Anaesthetists' Group of Wales and the Society of Anaesthetists of Wales.
There is certainly no anaesthetist to look after you: an anaesthetist would recognise an emergency, treat and resuscitate you and your baby to get you well, and then anaesthetists are absolutely essential to get your baby out safely.