Medical Business Management would like to take the time to honor all CRNAs (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists) during National CRNA Week for their hard work and efforts. The purpose of National CRNA Week isn’t just to celebrate all CRNAs around the world but to also educate the public on what their work entails.
What do CRNAs do?
CRNAs are medical professionals who are responsible for safely providing anesthesia to patients. They assist healthcare professionals such as dentists, surgeons, and physician anesthesiologists and work in many different settings like hospitals, dental, podiatry, and plastic surgery clinics.
A CRNA’s job is more complex than just administering anesthesia. They have to evaluate the patient to determine the amount of anesthesia to administer, prepare the operating room with the appropriate tools, and monitor the patient throughout the procedure in addition to giving anesthesia. The patients look to them during recovery, and they can count on their CRNA being right by their side, literally. CRNAs have a lot of responsibility and the patients’ lives are in their hands. That is why they are some of the most respected and admired healthcare professionals.
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