One Year (Votes: 96)
Two Years (Votes: 199)
Three Years (Votes: 138)
Four Years (Votes: 110)
Five years or more (Votes: 466)
In which scenario would placement of a fascia iliaca catheter be MOST appropriate?
A) Primary anesthesia for total hip arthroplasty
The answer is D
I think anesthesia is unique though in that CRNAs already have such a long track record of providing high quality care in a completely independent setting.
For better or worse, there are fewer and fewer specialties that do not feel pressure from mid-levels. Anesthesia is hardly alone, the battle has just
I would have to disagree in the idea that smaller hospitals have more "autonomy". I work in a large teaching hospital in both trauma and Neuro
To all CRNA's who provide anesthesia to patients undergoing a CABG procedure, do y'all receive incentive pay or extra pay above your standard rate for doing this procedure. If so, how much?