Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney Discusses the Responsibilities of an Anesthesiologist

If a patient is going to be fully sedated, most anesthesiologist will be present for the actual sedation, putting the patient to sleep.  You may be monitored during the surgical procedure by a nurse anesthetist regardless of whether or not the anesthesiologist is in the room he is responsible for supervising the conduct of that nurse anesthetist, even if he isn’t present.

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This video was provided by Betsey Herd, an experienced Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney

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