Former ICU/ER RN with several years of experience. I can answer questions relating to the CRNA education process, professional issues involved, as well as questions about adult and pediatric clinical anesthesia.
Level I regional Trauma center dealing with simple to complex patient populations of all ages. Experience with general anesthesia, spinal and epidural anesthesia, and total IV anesthesia for all surgical specialties including neuro, ortho, general surgery, vascular, electrophysiology, and VIR, with the exception of cardiac anesthesia. Ambulatory surgery center dealing mostly with ENT, plastics, and eyes (70%:30% peds:adults).
AANA Journal February 2010 Feb;78(1):24-7. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?Db=pubmed&Cmd=Retrieve&list_uids=20977125&dopt=abstractplus
RN BSN MSNA ACLS/PALS BLS instructor
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Harry, Since I am not an expert of the genito-urinary system, I recommend you seek advise from a professional within that field. Or consult your primary care provider for information/direction. Until
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Hi Kayla, I'll do my best to answer your inquiry. In short: I have worked with many surgical techs of all kinds, and in various settings/environments. Some excellent, some not. And this occurs
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