anesthesiologist

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Synonyms for anesthesiologist

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

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Anesthesiologists are excellent prospects for pharmaceuticals, healthcare agencies, market research, medical supplies, equipment manufacturers and continuing medical education.
Associated Anesthesiologists of Reno, established in 1949, provides anesthesia care across a wide spectrum of subspecialty areas, including orthopedic, obstetric, pediatric and cardiac and critical care.
Westchester Anesthesiologists provides anesthesia care across a wide spectrum of subspecialty areas in Westchester County.
Then there is the MD-CRNA model, where anesthesiologists and CRNAs work in the same facility but practice independently of each other.
Abenstein, president of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), said.
The anesthesiologist considered a party to Joan Rivers' botched throat procedure is finally revealed.
The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) notes that, as their responsibilities have increased, assistants in the field are in greater demand for their specialized skills, and ASATT says that job opportunities are anticipated to grow in the area of anesthesiology as the geriatric population increases and health care delivery in America evolves and changes.
myAnesthesia introduces a new level of mobility to anesthesiologists with an advanced solution for the documentation, management and secure distribution of case information as necessary to billers, hospitals, pharmacies and anesthesia groups.
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?
anesthesiologists and one surgeon from Argentina and the US, compile 25 chapters that discuss an important topic in surgery: the perioperative to post-operative anesthetic management of obese and morbidly obese patients.
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.
At the request of several area surgeons, he became involved in the administration of anesthesia, earning the title of Fellow in the American College of Anesthesiologists in 1959.
In our simulations, the cases we presented used billing rules that were the same for anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists when CRNAs were acting independently.