Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney Discusses the Anesthesia Providers
Often an anesthesia provider will be a nurse anesthetist who has specific training in ICU units, and then becomes a nurse practitioner, and then becomes a nurse anesthetist. That nurse anesthetist in the state of Florida who may be in the room physically providing your anesthesia always has to be supervised by an anesthesiologist who is a physician.
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