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- n. The medical study and application of anesthetics.
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- n. Alternative spelling of anaesthesiology.
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- n. the branch of medical science that studies and applies anesthetics
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Completion of the core residency in anesthesiology that qualifies the candidate to enter the certification process of the American Board of Anesthesiology or its equivalent.
“The art and science of anesthesiology is choosing the right dose,” explained Liem.
Prosecutors are expected to conclude their portion of the case by calling anesthesiology professor and researcher Dr. Steven Shafer, a leading expert on propofol.
Physicians who back the AMA's position were more likely to be younger, male practice owners in nonmedical or nonsurgical specialties such as anesthesiology, pathology, or radiology, fields that typically involve less patient interaction.
As a result, anesthesiology is much safer than it used to be.
"The answer may not be a neuropathic pain drug but reassurance and counseling," says Perry Fine , a professor of anesthesiology at the University of Utah and president of the American Academy of Pain Medicine AAPM.
Her top pick of 2011 is Mednax Inc., because the company appears poised to expand its anesthesiology services.
Trauma Center: As the first pediatric Level 1 trauma center in eastern Pennsylvania, the Trauma Center has a specialized team of pediatric surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, emergency physicians, nurses and anesthesiology and critical care specialists, who are available at all times to care for children with traumatic injuries.
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For children undergoing eye surgery, the hospital team includes specialists in pediatric anesthesiology, nursing and critical care medicine.