Pre-RN (Votes: 69)
RN - need BSN (Votes: 30)
BSN - Pre-SRNA (Votes: 395)
SRNA - (first year) - 'junior' (Votes: 176)
SRNA - (second year) - 'senior' (Votes: 84)
CRNA - ACT (Votes: 83)
CRNA - independent (Votes: 36)
CRNA - other? (Votes: 14)
Under no authority. No currently allowed. And since the author and sponsor of the AA bill is now...
Who cares, its a hypothetical? Under what authority are AAs allowed to practice in California?
Well if legislation was passed allowing it...then that authority. I believe that is what he was...
Under what authority?
I'm still unclear, and it has nothing to do with the MD/CRNA debate. The spokespeople for Yorkville are choosing their words very, very, very carefully.
The obturator nerve is inconsistently blocked with a fascia iliaca block because:
A) The femoral artery prevents spread of local anesthetic
The answer is D
The superficial fibular nerve innervates the dorsum of the foot, with the exception of the first web space, which is innervated
Perhaps your lack of experience might be, too (or should, anyway). Continue to look for more intense critical/acute care experience. You could always