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  1. CRNA Vs. MD
    This state law still SAYS that anesthesia may be provided by "a CRNA who is UNDER THE DIRECTION of the operating practitioner or (UNDER THE DIRECTION) of a qualified physician who is immediately...
    Jun 15, '10
    Forum: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
  2. Anesthesia Provider Pay to Drop 60%
    Wow, so this FEDERAL LAW has absolutely nothing to do with supervision as it states, only billing, which it says nothing about. So this LAW actually means that it is giving people permission to BILL...
    Jun 15, '10
    Forum: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
  3. Anesthesia Provider Pay to Drop 60%
    42CFR (civil federal regulations) 485.639 - Condition of participation: Surgical services (2) In those cases in which a CRNA administers the anesthesia, the anesthetist must be under the...
    Jun 14, '10
    Forum: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
  4. CRNA Vs. MD
    42CFR485.639 (c)(2) In those cases in which a CRNA administers the anesthesia, the anesthetist must be under the supervision of the operating practitioner except as provided in paragraph (e) of...
    Jun 14, '10
    Forum: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
  5. Colonoscopy Drugs and alternatives
    Right on cue hypocaffeinemia does exactly what I expected. Versed can be a very bad drug and is unilaterally used on unsuspecting patients to gain compliance. Villifying those poor souls who have a...
    May 10, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  6. Colonoscopy Drugs and alternatives
    lolol benzodiazepines linked to post-icu depression here is just one. i didn't really want to get into a *war* of citations. i assume that you will pick apart any of the studies i bring up. you...
    May 10, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  7. Colonoscopy Drugs and alternatives
    Yes, I surface on Midazolam discussions. I am a patient advocate with personal experience with Midazolam. It is not false to tell patients that Midazolam causes AMNESIA! It isn't false to tell the...
    May 10, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  8. Colonoscopy Drugs and alternatives
    Its very telling to see posts like hypocaffeinemia! To have patients concerns dismissed as "anecdotal" and < 500 patients a week with a severe and long lasting reaction to having parts of their...
    May 10, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  9. Can a patient refuse sedation?
    Thanks CrohnieToo! I have been worrying about having an endo without the Versed (or Propofol) The amnesia doesn't work for me with 9 mls of Versed but it does render me helpless. I just can't go...
    Apr 13, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  10. Can a patient refuse sedation?
    I refused the procedure if I had to be sedated or knocked out. I told the doctor, called his office to remind him the day before surgery and told everybody that came in my room at the hospital that...
    Apr 6, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  11. Can a patient refuse sedation?
    In theory the patient is allowed to have some say over sedation drugs or anything else for that matter. In practice it's not true. My nurse never said a word even though she knew that I had...
    Apr 6, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  12. Colonoscopy Drugs and alternatives
    There are a lot of people who have a bad reaction to Versed. Not just tin foil hat people either. I have noted that people who do not get the amnesia claim that they were immobile, that their blood...
    Mar 22, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  13. Under-the-skin ID chips move toward U.S. hospitals
    sure, here's the article.http://www.antichips.com/cancer/index.html
    Mar 17, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  14. Under-the-skin ID chips move toward U.S. hospitals
    My rescue dog has CANCER caused by the stinking micro chip. My vet says he CAN'T remove it! I have a foreign object (from a car wreck) in my shoulder and my Doc says it can't be removed without...
    Mar 17, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  15. Under-the-skin ID chips move toward U.S. hospitals
    Yes I am saying that hospitals could put this in against your will. I am not saying that vets WON'T remove the chip, I am saying that they CAN'T remove the chip. There are problems with removing...
    Mar 17, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  16. Under-the-skin ID chips move toward U.S. hospitals
    I don't think that you will be able to refuse this. Just like the "voluntary" federal taxes, or the idea that you can drive without a state issued license, this too will be a "voluntary" thing. But...
    Mar 17, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  17. Colonoscopy Drugs and alternatives
    Notice how it is patients who dislike this drug while the nurses love using it. Very peculiar. I hope some nurses read this, as it seems nobody in the medical field wants to discuss how bad this...
    Mar 16, '09
    Forum: Gastroenterology Nursing
  18. Nurse shortage gains attention of White House
    I want an American nurse that I can understand. I do not want some smart aleck foreigner who thinks they are doing us such a big big favor by being here. The attitude that they are superior beings...
    Mar 16, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  19. Nurse shortage gains attention of White House
    I imagine that the east Indian nurse will have a rude awakening then as will her naturalized husband. That still leaves the BELIEF in other countries that all they have to do is get here and they...
    Mar 16, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  20. Parents' Hospital Lawsuit Says Teen Was 'Killed' For Organs
    All this is very clear to the nurses and the Doctors. Don't forget the layperson needs all this explained clearly. Maybe over and over due to the parents distress. It may be that the parents are...
    Mar 16, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  21. Nurse shortage gains attention of White House
    Too many overpaid CRNA's and not enough underpaid nurses. Hospitals seem to think nothing of paying the CRNa's 6 figure salaries while having their floor nurses barely making ends meet. There needs...
    Mar 15, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  22. Nurse shortage gains attention of White House
    Remember the old quote "I'm from the government and I'm here to help?" The "white house" making statements about nursing can't be good.
    Mar 10, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  23. Docs seek gag orders to stop patients' reviews
    There is nothing stopping the Doctor from going to these sites and putting a glowing review in there about themself. I saw one on my own Doctor's review page. Total fabrication. Frankly I had such...
    Mar 9, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  24. Parents' Hospital Lawsuit Says Teen Was 'Killed' For Organs
    I am glad that you guys have set me straight! I think that hospitals have a duty to tell us these things!!! Why are they all so closed mouthed about it? Patients can't get a straight answer about...
    Mar 9, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  25. Parents' Hospital Lawsuit Says Teen Was 'Killed' For Organs
    I had a Doctor reveal that this is indeed the case expecially with children as there is a paucity of organs available for transplant. I took my donor dot off because I heard that my family and my...
    Mar 8, '09
    Forum: Nursing News


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