Role of a CRNA

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What are certified registered nurse anesthetists?

Role of a CRNA

The role of a CRNA takes care of a patient's anesthesia needs before, during and after surgery or the delivery of a baby by performing a physical assessment, participats in preoperative teaching, prepares for anesthetic management, administers anesthesia to keep the patient pain free, maintains anesthesia intraoperatively, and oversees recovery from anesthesia.



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