Recent Examples of anesthetist from the Web
Her father is a nurse anesthetist at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, Pa.
For instance, anesthetists prefer pop to rock (59% to 44%) when putting patients under.
By 9 P.M., the squad—which included a surgeon, an anesthetist, a dog handler, and two veteran alpine guides—assembled in the dark, on the road just outside Farindola.
Judge Michael Merz said there’s no evidence a nurse anesthetist would be able to evaluate an inmate’s consciousness from the viewing room.
Ultimately, every doctor, hospital and birthing center that uses this technique has found the same thing, said Plaat, the anesthetist in London.
The top responses included anesthetist, dental assistant, civil engineer, medical technician and x-ray technician.
Eventually the couple was assigned a new home and new jobs at a Raqqa maternity hospital — Umm Dounia as an anesthetist’s aide, and her husband as a security guard.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of nurse-midwives, nurse-anesthetists and nurse practitioners is projected to rise 31 percent from 2014 to 2024.
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Definition of anesthetist for English Language Learners
medical : a doctor or nurse who gives an anesthetic to a patient
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