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Extracorporeal circulation: Practical considerations for the anesthetist
By H. Lynn Thomas, CRNA, BS
A comprehensive look at the basic principles and practical considerations involved in cardiopulmonary bypass, encompassing not only the procedure itself, but effects on the blood elements, oxygen transport, and tissue perfusion.Print version:
The AANA Journal is you-reader and contributorPrint version:
By Richard E. Verville
AANA Washington Consultant
Congress considers health care competition legislation
Print version: 1981;49(6):589-591.
By Julie N. Manson, MD
AANA Legal Counsel
Informed consent: How much disclosure is enough?Print version:
AANA Journal Course: Preoperative evaluation and physical assessment of the
patient. Part 5-The Liver
By Barry Powell, CRNA, MN
The fifth of the AANA Journal's 6-part course. Here, the author reviews the liver's involvement in metabolism, biotransformation, detoxification, production, formation, storage, secretion, and excretion; the use and interpretation of selected liver function tests; and the development of an anesthesia care plan.
Print version: 1981;49(6):613-623.
List of Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs/Schools -1981
Print version: 1981;49(6):629-639.