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New Washington study shows OB anesthesia equally safe when provided by CRNAs or anesthesiologists

tions at a facility. However, this did not prove to be the case.

"Hospitals and anesthesiology groups, particularly those in rural areas and those in medically underserved urban areas with large Medicaid populations, now have a possible long-term solution to their OB anesthesia staffing needs: greater use of CRNAs working without anesthesiologist supervision," Simonson said. He added that further studies are needed to validate the observations made from this study.


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Contact: Marlene McDowell
mmcdowell@aana.com
847-655-1145
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
13-Mar-2007


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