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Obstetrical Anesthesia Equally Safe When Provided by CRNAs or Anesthesiologists

Obstetrical anesthesia, whether provided by Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) or anesthesiologists, is extremely safe//. There is no difference in safety between hospitals that use only CRNAs compared with those that use only anesthesiologists, according to a new study. The stu...

Locum Leaders Taps Hospitalist as Chief Medical Officer; Strengthens Leadership in Hospital Medicine Recruitment and Job Placement

...ing in hospitalist, surgery, psychiatry, anesthesiologist and CRNA jobs. The Alpharetta, GA-based company recruits and places qualified physicians and crnas in temporary jobs at healthcare facilities nationwide. Locum Leaders is a member of the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations (NALTO). Fo...

Jackson & Coker to Spotlight Health Care Executive Insights

...metro Atlanta with regional offices in metro Salt Lake City, UT and Durham, NC. The firm has been in business over 31 years, supplying physicians and crnas for temporary (locum tenens) or permanent positions with government or commercial hospitals and health care organizations. Jackson & Coker has...

Locum Leaders Links Physicians to New Jobs and Clinical Education Through Social Media

...of the U.S. medical staffing industry. The Alpharetta, GA-based company recruits and places physicians, including hospitalists, anesthesiologists, and crnas in temporary jobs at healthcare facilities nationwide. Locum Leaders is a member of the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations (NALTO). Fo...

Louisiana Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Board Certified Interventional Pain Physicians

... pain techniques by non-physicians, specifically in this case by Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs). It had become common knowledge that crnas were engaging in the practice of medicine by performing interventional pain management techniques on patients. In December 2008, the LSBN with the su...

New Anesthesia Provider May Threaten Operating Room Safety

...er the years, numerous studies have concluded that crnas provide safe anesthesia care; however, no studies ...vings To Patients Since the services of AAs and crnas are reimbursed at the same rates, patients would p...yland area for employment as CRNAs. There are 450 crnas practicing in Maryland, and by 2015 the Universit...

Physician Staffing Trends and Hospitalist Jobs Fuel Growth at Locum Leaders

...as vacation openings, and then recruits and places qualified physicians and crnas (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists) to fill those needs -- often by t...e Alpharetta, GA-based company recruits and places qualified physicians and crnas in temporary jobs at healthcare facilities nationwide. Locum Leaders is a m...

AANA Condemns Unsafe Injection Practices

...or more than 90 percent of the nation's CRNAs. As advanced practice nurses, crnas administer approximately 27 million anesthetics in the United States each year. crnas practice in every setting where anesthesia is available and are the sole an...

GAO Report Confirms: Medicare Underpays for Anesthesia Services; Nurse Anesthetists Assure Seniors Access to Safe Anesthesia Care

...GAO's August 27 report confirmed that the nation's crnas play a crucial role in ensuring that seniors have ...port stated. "In contrast, we generally found more crnas in localities with higher concentrations of Medica...n select rural and critical access hospitals where crnas are typically the sole anesthesia providers." Th...
CRNAs in Biological Technology

Increased Sensitivity in Microarray Analysis

... samples using (a) the Roche Applied Science (RAS) Microarray Kits and (b) reagents and protocols from Supplier A (Figure 1). The biotin-labeled crnas were hybridized to HG-U133A GeneChip arrays from Affymetrix according to the manufacturers protocols. Data analysis was performed using the Affy...
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