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Springfield, MA In recent years, the National Center for Health Statistics estimated upwards of 48 million inpatient surgical procedures performed per year in the United States. Safely administering anesthetics to more than 45 million patients annually, CRNAs are the number one anesthesia providers for surgical procedures done in rural areas, for the brave men and women of the United States armed forces, and for many hospital and healthcare facilities across the nation.
The practice of delivering anesthesia during a procedure is crucial to an operative patient's safety and well-being. A trained professional must have a thorough understanding of the anesthetics required, the patient's diagnosis, weight, size, any pre-existing conditions, allergies, and the patient's body chemistry. They must induce sleep, allow the patient to remain asleep throughout the entire procedure, and revive the patient as expected. The 53,000 members of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists account for 90 percent of the nation's CRNAs.
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