Nurse Anesthetist Duty Descriptions

Nurse Anesthetist

Occupies the role of a Nurse Anesthetist at Macdill Air Force Base; assesses patients’ condition in relation to anesthesia requirements; administers anesthesia for a diverse range of surgical procedures; observes patients during surgery and adjusts treatment accordingly; delivers immediate post-anesthetic care to patients; examines, evaluates, and upholds all equipment and anesthetic substances; aids surgical teams and submits After Action Reports when necessary.

Nurse Anesthetist

Serves as an expert Nurse Anesthetist at Eisenhower Army Medical Center; elucidates the various types of anesthesia used and potential complications; administers anesthesia through inhalation, endotracheal intubation, intravenous routes, and other methods; prepares intravenous solutions and ensures proper flow rate; conducts invasive monitoring and interprets data; regulates the administration of anesthetic agents and supplementary medications to support the patient’s respiratory, circulatory, and renal functions.

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)

Assumes a vital role as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA); assesses patients and determines the necessity for and administers parenteral fluids, including blood and plasma; administers vasoactive drugs as needed; maintains situational awareness as a member of the surgical team; sustains appropriate levels of anesthesia and oversees anesthetic care throughout the surgery; monitors the patient to uphold the appropriate level of anesthesia; provides post-anesthetic care to patients.

Nurse Anesthetist

Serves as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) at William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC); determines the type and method of anesthesia required for a wide range of surgical procedures; collaborates with the supply department to ensure the availability of drugs; collaborates with surgical teams and participates in the review and analysis of patient care; instructs healthcare professionals; responsible for medical equipment and supplies valued at over $300,000.

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