Recent Examples of anesthesiologist from the Web
In addition to a career as a practicing anesthesiologist, Adams served as an associate professor of anesthesiology at his alma mater.
The 2017 directory for L.A. Care, a local Medi-Cal health plan, is 2,546 pages of doctors’ names listed by city, by specialty — anesthesiologists, gastroenterologists, ophthalmologists.
Then during a conversation with his wife, Steven denies any responsibility for the death of Martin's father, instead, pinning the whole thing on an anesthesiologist who just happens to be a close family friend.
Boucher is an anesthesiologist who has been recovering from injuries related to a recent bike accident, according to one of the people close to Paul.
Boucher is an anesthesiologist and pain specialist, according to the Bowling Green Daily News.
Price, an anesthesiologist said, while speaking with the director of the Georgia Department of Public Health’s H.I.V./AIDS epidemiology section.
Menes needed more anesthesiologists, more trauma surgeons, more technicians, more nurses.
For one thing, anesthesiologists no longer use ether, a substance known to make patients nauseated.
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