CRNA vs SRNA vs AA? - page 2

dumb question, but what is the difference and what do these initials mean? i know crna is certified registered nurse anesthesist - but the others? thanks! topcat... Read More

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    Quote from jwk
    It's coming

    Been busy celebrating the TriCare victory and trying to stamp out fires in the Louisiana Legislature.
    Yeah, speaking of Lousiana, I was really suprized they got the AA banning bill out of the House ... and by a large vote too ...

    Now, all they have left is the Senate floor. Looks like they have a shot at pulling this off ... (banning AA's, that is)

    I guess the AA's could try to get the governor to veto ... if it comes to that.

    Last edit by Sheri257 on Jun 3, '04

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    so for SRNA... is that when you are currently in a CRNA program?
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    Quote from doehlzz
    so for SRNA... is that when you are currently in a CRNA program?
    Yes. SRNA refers only to an RN currently enrolled in an approved nurse anesthesia training program.


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