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Understanding Different Types of Anesthesia

February 14th, 2017

Understanding the various types of anesthesia is crucial when you are considering having a specialist perform a surgical procedure. The goal of an anesthetic is to provide a patient with a release from pain in the least disruptive way possible. As a prospective patient, you should consider having seasoned experts administer your anesthetic. Capitol Anesthesiology Association is perfect for performing such acts. The practice staffs itself with only the most adept providers in the field. All of the physicians and CRNAs that work for the association have advanced training in multiple areas of anesthetics. You can feel comfortable going through this organization for procedures such as:

 

 

 

  • Heart surgery
  • Cesarean birth
  • Pediatric matters
  • Emergency procedures
  • Intrustive examinations

 

 

The experts will ensure that you receive the right anesthetic for your treatment. The specialist may recommend a glazed, semi-conscious or unconscious effect for your treatment. The recommendation will depend on the level of severity.  Visit also this related site https://www.facebook.com/Capanesth/

 

 

Put your life in the hands of some people that you can trust. The medical providers at Capitol Anesthesiology work with the highest level of care and concern. They are cheering for you through every step of your surgical procedure and handling you as the precious individual that you are. Start searching for a practice or facility that they serve today. The firm is in Austin, Texas and serves many hospitals and facilities in that locale.  See for more info,

Capitol Anesthesiology and You

December 7th, 2016

Following its 1973 founding in Austin, TX, the Capitol Anesthesiology Association

(CAA) is one of the country’s largest private practices offering anesthesiology services. In addition to providing patient access to over 80 physicians and 130 Certified Registered Nurse Anestesists (CRNAs), Capitol’s network of care extends to over 20 medical facilities in the greater Austin area including major trauma units, high-acuity hospitals, and numerous ambulatory surgery centers.

Capitol’s team of physicians are either currently certified or actively pursing certification by the American Board of Anesthesiology. In addition, many physicians have completed specialised training in technical areas such as pediatric, cardiothoracic, and obstetric anesthesiology in order to expand the range of services available to patients. The result is comprehensive, full-spectrum care that regularly ranks near the top of nationally accepted industry standards.

A critical component of the care provided involves the holistic, team approach of highly trained CRNAs that work hand in hand with anesthesiologists to provide a safe, comfortable experience. This also includes an experienced cohort of registered nurses, anesthesia technicians, and administrative staff that complements the care provided by Capitol’s MDs and CRNAs. The Capitol team works with individuals and families to address questions regarding anesthesia, insurance, or related matters throughout the process. The commitment to top-notch patient care is demonstrated by numerous patient testimonials and CAA’s membership in the Anesthesia Quality Institute (AQI). This allows CAA to not only be a leader in providing high-quality care for patients but also to help others to establish best-practice protocols.

Not All Patients are Treated Equal

May 19th, 2015

Nurses know how the health care system works. They take orders from Administration on how to treat patients. Since Administration needs to meet the hospital’s bottom line, they sometimes cater to the rich and famous. Their motivation may be to get a “donation” from rich clientele.

Although this happens whether we like it or not, it just doesn’t sit well with most Americans. When Politicians, Hollywood stars and others get special treatment it seems unfair. Nurses see this disparity in care all the time.

Since nurses know the intricate workings of the health care system, they offer some good advice. Don’t get sick during the summer month of July. Why you ask? It really is quite simple. July is when new doctors starting their residency in hospital settings across America. This new influx of inexperienced professionals causes problems such as: medication errors, inappropriate diagnosis, improper treatment and other decisions that can harm patients. Statistics show an increase in death rates in U.S hospitals during the month of July.

Prestigious patients are not the ones treated by a new resident physician. They are spared from the mistakes of these new professionals. The patients who will suffer are the everyday, hard-working American citizen. You and me, we are the ones who suffer from the injustices of the medical system.

The next time you schedule a procedure or treatment, you may want to avoid getting it done in the month of July. Otherwise, Beneful wonders if you could be the victim of an unfair medical system. You just might get inexperienced treatment and suffer the consequences.