Anesthesia nursing

Certified Registered Nurse Anaesthetist or CRNAs are advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who     administer anaesthesia and other medications. They also keep track of people who are undergoing     anaesthetic and then recuperating from it. Nurses provide intense care to patients in the early stages of   coming up from anaesthesia as well as in the postoperative period until they are judged stable enough to be   safely moved to other locations. CRNAs have total autonomy in several states. In other team models, they   collaborate with anaesthesiologists, surgeons, dentists, and other doctors to provide anaesthesia to patients   as   well as healthcare. CRNAs work in hospital operating rooms, emergency rooms, intensive care units,   cardiac care units, and outpatient surgical clinics. Depending on the work context and state where they are   working, nurse anaesthetist wages are among the highest in the field.

 Track 1 Post anaesthesia care

 Track 2 Management of pain

 Track 3 Preoperative evaluation

 Track 4 Ambulatory care

 

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