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CRNACertified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
CRNACouncil on Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists
cRNAComplementary Ribonucleic Acid
CRNAClinical Research Nurses Association
CRNACenter for Regional and Neighborhood Action (Denver, CO)
CRNAConstant Ring No Answer (for telephone line maintenance)
CRNACentre en Route de la Navigation Aérienne (French: Area Control Center)
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DEFENDANT'S DEFENSE: The CRNA contended that he complied with the standard of care.
The overall aim of CRNA GORA-2016 was to improve international cooperation and contribute to the civil emergency planning capabilities of NATO allies and partner nations.
Then there is the MD-CRNA model, where anesthesiologists and CRNAs work in the same facility but practice independently of each other.
Colorado Nurses Association intervened in the case in order to support the position that the Colorado Nurse Practice Act does not require supervision of a CRNA by a physician.
We believe that this statement is consistent with our original conclusion that "The findings do suggest that at least in the area of obstetrical services, there may be no gain in anesthesia safety from restricting which licensed providers can provide these services," which took as its starting place a policy environment in which increasing restrictions on CRNA privileges were being seriously considered.
In our simulations, the cases we presented used billing rules that were the same for anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists when CRNAs were acting independently.
MoANA still has a case before the Administrative Hearing Commission on whether MoANA can join a suit before the Board of Healing Arts regarding one CRNA in the state of Missouri who was practicing with an anesthesiologist in a chronic pain setting.
John Francis Garde, MS, CRNA, FAAN, a former associate professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia at Wayne State University, College of Pharmacy and Allied Health, died on July 21 at age 74.
the coffee bar while the CRNA attended to the patient.
Concerns have been raised about the challenges VA may face in making VA CRNA salaries competitive in order to maintain its VA CRNA workforce, particularly in local markets that can be highly competitive.
According to the Supreme Court, the MMA argued that the level of supervision anticipated for physician supervision of CRNAs did not involve the surgeon telling the CRNA precisely how anesthesia should be administered.
A purposive sample of CRNAs was drawn from Pennsylvania, which has one of the highest CRNA utilization rates in the US (Bureau of Health Professions 2000).