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Guest Editorial By Clayton Petty, MD Patricia W. Newman, CRNA, BA
The most important room in the hospitalPrint version:
Education News By Cathy A. Mastropietro, CRNA, MEd
Accreditation: A site reviewer's perspectivePrint version:
Legal Briefs By Gene A. Blumenreich, JD
Herrington v. Hiller: A nightmare for those who restrict CRNA practicePrint version:
Washington Scene By Richard E. Verville, JD
Trauma care legislationPrint version:
AANA Journal Course: New technologies in anesthesia: Update for nurse
anesthetists – Mass spectrometry in anesthesia
By Terry R. Schreiber, CRNA, BSN
In this the first chapter of this series of the AANA Journal Update Course, the author reviews the basic principle of operation of the mass spectrometer. The cost of implementation of mass spectrometry, clinical applications and potential pitfalls associated with its use are also covered.
Print version: 1990;58(2):112-118.
Practical Technicalities By Linda M. Huffman, CRNA, BA
Calibrated vaporizers: Maintaining clinical performancePrint version:
A decade of research in nurse anesthesia By Roma Lee Taunton, RN, PhD Sharon Oetker-Black, RN, PhD Cynthia Q. Woods, RN, PhD
These investigators describe the characteristics of nurse anesthesia research reported in the AANA Journal in 1975-76 and 1985-86, comparing nurse anesthesia research to overall nursing research.Print version:
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Print version: 1990;58(2):77.