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CRNA, Anesthesiologist Relationships

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RicRock has 7 years experience as a MSN, CRNA and works as a CRNA.

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On 5/15/2019 at 6:03 PM, DO_question said:

To both the above,

Exactly.  The term "anesthesiologist," was termed due to the confusion (everyone went by anesthetist prior) and now you can see CRNAs pushing to use Anesthesiologist.  I'll take your word on the copy right issue.

Please walk in anywhere and state "I'm an anesthesiologist," and ask the surgeon, tech, other physicians, nurses etc whether they think you're a physician or a nurse...

They usually think that you are the one providing the anesthesia. 

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RicRock has 7 years experience as a MSN, CRNA and works as a CRNA.

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On 5/16/2019 at 6:19 PM, hogger said:

I bet the surgeons you work with never make fun of you in the lounge. I’m sure your supervising anesthesiologist also loves you with that nurse is god attitude. Or are you still a student at MTSA

Generally our surgeons introduce us as the anesthesiologist and I don't know what a supervising anesthesiologist is.

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