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Except that is one of the conclusions Mike, for several of the studies. They mention that funding...
The Fellowship Idea is great but the Hamlin Program is only eligible for CRNAs who are residents of...
This time they cannot claim somehow the research is bad because the AANA helped fund it...
Well, this should get the ologists all hot and bothered, lol!
It was likely a stupid wording issue (lack of attention to details) that never had any meaning in...
+1 this is exactly what I do to get my volatile off quickly while keeping the patient comfortable. As soon as fascia is closed 100% O2. For cysto cases
Though I tailor my anesthetic to each patient, I probably use nitrous on 70% of my patients. Even if I don't run it during the case, I will typically
I'd like to revive this thread. I'm in my 3rd semester and have only used nitrous once - a short cysto case. The clinical sites and preceptors who I have
I didn't even think about transferring to the OR. Good call.
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Rather than the stomach full of blood scenario, we all suspected she simply coughed up a bloody loogie because the NG from her surgery caused some slight
[COLOR=#222222][FONT=Arial]So we just finished our summer semester a little over a week ago. I'm in a program that allows us to do our didactic portion over two years instead of one before we move...