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: 37)
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?
First page, first post of this thread - in that link the president of the ASA "whole heartily" agrees that an MDA should
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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