looking for someone to:
Administer anesthesia, monitor patient's vital signs, and oversee patient recovery from anesthesia. May assist anesthesiologists, surgeons, other physicians, or dentists. Must be registered nurses who have specialized graduate education.
For more information please contact Ivana Sands at 865 - 555 - 2483
- Manage patients' airway or pulmonary status using techniques such as endotracheal intubation, mechanical ventilation, pharmacological support, respiratory therapy, and extubation.
- Select, prepare, or use equipment, monitors, supplies, or drugs for the administration of anesthetics.
- Select, order, or administer anesthetics, adjuvant drugs, accessory drugs, fluids or blood products as necessary.
- Monitor patients' responses, including skin color, pupil dilation, pulse, heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, ventilation, or urine output, using invasive and noninvasive techniques.
- Perform pre-anesthetic screenings, including physical evaluations and patient interviews, and document results.
- Respond to emergency situations by providing airway management, administering emergency fluids or drugs, or using basic or advanced cardiac life support techniques.
- Develop anesthesia care plans.
- Obtain informed consent from patients for anesthesia procedures.
- Assess patients' medical histories to predict anesthesia response.
- Select, order, or administer pre-anesthetic medications.
Indoors, Environmentally Controlled
Need to have an interest with being sociable and able to work with people.
Nurses recognize that patients are more than a set of symptoms that need to be treated. Nurses are there for patients.
Complex Problem Solving
Judgment and Decision Making
- A Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing or other appropriate baccalaureate degree.
- A current license as a registered nurse.
- At least one year’s experience in an acute care nursing setting.
- Graduation from an accredited graduate school of nurse anesthesia. These educational programs range from 24-36 months, depending upon university requirements, and offer a master’s degree.
- All programs include clinical training in university-based or large community hospitals.
- Pass a national certification examination following graduation.
It takes a minimum of seven calendar years of education and experience to prepare a CRNA.
Your average salary would be 151,000.
Having experience as a Nurse midwife or a Nurse Practitioner can qualify you.
Much faster than average (22% or higher)