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Can Crn As Place The Epidural For My Delivery
The epidural space is an anatomical space just outside the fluid filled sac that contains the spinal cord and brain. Anesthesiologists and pain physicians are skilled at placing needles or catheters (tubes) into this space in the spinal canal to administer medications. These medicines can treat the pain of surgery or labor. These medicines can also be used to treat chronic ...Read more
CRNA: A nurse anesthetist administers anesthesia under the direction of an anesthesiologist or has another md consign the chart/anesthesia record. There are varying roles for nurse anesthetist a but generally they need a md to consign/supervise them. They are advanced practice nurses that function as anesthetists in and out of the operating room suite. ...Read more
BSN first: Most nurse anesthesia schools require BSN and some ICU experience. There is classroom work and OR experience leading to a master's degree. The typical program now is 2 years, but the trend is toward requiring additional education leading to a doctoral degree in nurse anesthesia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Training: Crna's have years of training to help them manage life and death situations. They are also usually backed up by a physician. ...Read more
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