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In my report I will explain what a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist CRNA is and what they do First off you have to understand that there are Anesthesiologists which are doctors of Anesthesia and then there are Anesthetists which are nurses of Anesthesia When anesthesia is administered by a nurse anesthetist it is recognized as the practice of nursing when administered by an Anesthesiologist it is recognized as the practice of medicine Forty-four percent of the nations twenty-eight thousand CRNAs are men versus approximately five percent in the nursing Profession as a whole Before any medical procedure such as surgery root canal basically anything that involves major pain a CRNA inject you with the medications needed to complete the surgery or medical operation This could be as simple as a shot of pain killers or as difficult as a precise amount of a medication Often CRNAs are overlooked and what they do is often misunderstood and not given the credit it so deserves But if it werent for Anesthetists surgeries and other medical procedures would be too excruciating to bear Now getting to where CRNAs developed from It started out about 100 years ago in the United States and has grown since then dramatically During that period of time a Union developed They are common in the United States Unions watch out for the rights for workers in a particular field of work The union developed for CRNAs was called the Association of Nurse Anesthetist AANA Ninety-five percent of all anesthetists are members of the AANA CRNAs are anesthesia specialists who administer approximately sixty-five percent of the twenty-six million anesthetics given to patients each year in the United States The pay for CRNAs is roughly one-hundred Thousand dollars a year this is more than fair due to all the responsibilities put on CRNAs such as the late hours and always being on call The education needed to baa a CRNA are as follows a
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