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Synonyms for anesthesiologist

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

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In the past, Dr Rice was an attending anaesthesiologist at Lake Point Medical Center in Rowlett, Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Medical Center of Arlington in Arlington as well as Presbyterian Hospital Denton in Denton.
The participants were then asked if they have heard of Anaesthesiologist and Anaesthesia?
Before starting surgery in this new unit formation was given to the medical staff and the midwives by an experienced anaesthesiologist and operating nurse; in this hospital logistics and extra medical and midwife staff were provided before implementing the change.
When he finishes eating, Steven presents him with a new watch, a copy of his anaesthesiologist's, but with a metal strap.
Anaesthesiologists are also experts in resuscitation, pain management and intensive care, he added.
Anaesthesiologists are primarily responsible for the safety and well being of patients before, during and after surgery.
"The functioning of the brain has to be monitored to see if the patient is completely asleep or aware, and the anaesthesiologist has a direct link to the heart [through a cannula, a tube inserted from behind the neck] to measure its beat-to-beat pressure changes of the heart," says Dr Kodakat
The first contributor, Angela Enright, (the current President of the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists) gives an excellent political overview of the functions of this 'UN like' body comprising 122 National Anaesthesia Societies.
This has been shown in a study by scientists from the University of Copenhagen and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( Nasa), in collaboration with anaesthesiologists from the University of Michigan Medical School.
Use of anaesthesiologist assistance for endoscopic procedures
"It's not just about the plastic surgery, but the facilities, the anaesthesiologist. Do they have major back-up if things go wrong?
Preoperative patient evaluation is an invaluable task of an anaesthesiologist. It not only helps the anaesthetists to know their patients, choose appropriate anaesthetic technique and get important equipment ready but also helps educate the patient on what to expect and what will happen to the patient.
After applying the exclusion criteria, 50 patients each were allocated into two groups randomly, according to lots taken by the Anaesthesiologist performing the lumbar puncture.
According to the appellate court's judgment, the general anaesthesiologist, a 43-year-old Iraqi woman, was cleared of any responsibility in the case.
The court acquitted a 43-year-old Iraqi woman, who was the general anaesthesiologist, of any responsibility in the case.