Recent Examples of anesthesiologist from the Web
After conception, a woman like Martinez needs care from an obstetrician, a cardiologist, a nurse with specialized training and an anesthesiologist — a multidisciplinary team whose cooperation and communication are vital to her management.
After working a series of night shifts at Ochsner Medical Center, Christina, an anesthesiologist, was exhausted.
Yet blocking visible light has a downside if your sunglasses are not up to UV snuff, suggests Dr. James H. Diaz, an environmental medicine specialist and anesthesiologist.
The bride’s father, an anesthesiologist, is the founder and director of the Center for Pain Medicine at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines.
While those patient records don’t show surgeon in and out times, some anesthesiologists concerned about the practice began tracking surgeon involvement in their notes, according to four people who spoke on condition of anonymity.
With his anesthesiologist wife and a dozen cult doctors and nurses, Hayashi presided over a horror shop of human testing, drugging, and crackpot medicine.
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Definition of anesthesiologist for English Language Learners
medical : a doctor who specializes in anesthesia and anesthetics
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