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This may be true, but when a patient sues, who do they go after....the crna, or the MD?
I would have to ask, if they looked at just ASA1 or ASA 2 patients. There i no difference between...
I didn't hear that the surgeon prefers CRNA's. He just prefers this group. This is just an...
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Joel Zivot, MD. True originator of the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Perfect. As long as it's a doctor giving the anesthetic, then that is all that the uninformed care about.
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The reason most people avoid going to med school and take a bit easier way into the medical profession is because of 2 things.
1. Many people can't
The anesthesiologists I work now, think the GI doc administered the sedation. He has written a few articles they say how safe it is for a GI doc to perform
Everyone else has been named - except for an anesthesiologist. Don't you think if there was one there that the name would have surfaced by now?
Is there any proof to this statement? Unless you're privy to something we aren't, ikelihood equals speculation in my mind.