One Year (Votes: 96)
Two Years (Votes: 199)
Three Years (Votes: 138)
Four Years (Votes: 110)
Five years or more (Votes: 466)
I've extubated folks when I've known that there is gas in the chest and they present with sub q emphysema (DH repairs). It's absorbed so quickly that
That's interesting. This was a small, fat lady in her 60's, but in if it were some ripped 30 year old, NPPE could have complicated things given what was
500 mgs of Versed. The concern being that unconsciousness might not be achieved. Huh. I'd be more concerned that the cardiac output would drop so low
I work in a similar facility except we do hearts, STEMI, vascular, and all the other routine stuff. The thing about small hospitals is that there is a
Did you just agree with yourself?
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?