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After Anesthesia

After Anesthesia ​The Patient's Active Role Assists in Recovery Anesthesia Means Freedom from Pain During Surgery Each year, millions of people in the United States undergo some form of medical treatment requiring anesthesia. In the hands of qualified anesthesia professionals such as Certified Regis

Anesthesia- Practice of Nursing and Practice of Medicine

Anesthesia: Practice of Nursing and Practice of Medicine State legislatures, through licensing laws, determine what is and is not the practice of medicine and what is and is not in the public’s best interest. Licensing laws, however, do not create monopolies for professions. Many professions a

Before Anesthesia

Before Anesthesia The Patient's Active Role Makes a Difference Anesthesia is a Major Part of Your Surgery Each year, millions of people in the United States undergo some form of medical treatment requiring anesthesia. In the hands of qualified anesthesia professionals such as Certified Registered Nu

Anesthesia Risks of Tattoos and Pierced Tongues- More Than Skin Deep

Anesthesia Risks of Tattoos and Pierced Tongues More Than Skin Deep Two popular forms of self-expression today are tattoos and piercings. But unlike other fashion statements, body ornamentation such as lower-back tattoos and pierced tongues may carry health risks should the wearer need anesthesia ca

Anesthesia Options for Labor and Delivery

Anesthesia Options for Labor and Delivery What Every Expectant Mother Should Know “Will I Remember Everything?” “Will It Affect My Baby?” “Will I be Able to Breastfeed?” These are some of the questions frequently asked by pregnant women about the use of anesthesia

The Nurse Anesthesia Educational Program Interview Process

What Potential Students Need to Know about the Nurse Anesthesia Educational Program Interview Process Choosing the right nurse anesthesia educational program out of more than 100 accredited programs across the United States can be a daunting task, and possibly the most intimidating aspect is the int

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) PTSD, as defined by the National Institute of Health, is an anxiety disorder that can be experienced after seeing or living through a dangerous or traumatic event. It is important to your health to recognize symptoms of PTSD and know resources for seeking help.

Wellness and Substance Use Disorder Curriculum

Wellness and Substance Use Disorder Curriculum AANA Wellness and Chemical Dependency in the Nurse Anesthesia Profession Six online interactive learning courses available to purchase at AANA Learn . Wellness and Substance Use Disorder (Chemical Dependency) Modules To give you an idea of what the inte

NIH YouTube Channel

NIH YouTube Channel The National Institutes of Health's Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) YouTube channel features videos highlighting outstanding behavioral and social science research on mindless eating, risk-taking, diabetes management, and the evolution of skin pigmentati

Jan Stewart In Memoriam

Jan Stewart In Memoriam Janet R. Stewart, CRNA, ARNP AANA President 1999 - 2000 B orn: September 18, 1952 Died: October 30, 2002​ Jan Stewart compassionately served the healthcare needs of the community as a registered nurse and as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist for more than twenty-eight

Is Your Child at Risk from Sleep-Disordered Breathing

Is Your Child at Risk from Sleep-Disordered Breathing? ​Does your child snore? A screening questionnaire used by anesthesia professionals may help identify undetected sleep-disordered breathing issues that could put your child at risk during surgery. "Parents are often unaware of the potential probl

The Parent's Role

The Parent's Role Surgery can be an Emotional Time When the surgery is to be performed on your child, it is especially stressful. There are things you can do to reduce the chance that your fears and anxieties, as a parent, will be transferred to your child. Children who are less anxious and less fea

Time to Talk about CAM

Time to Talk about CAM: Healthcare Providers and Patients Need To Ask and Tell National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has launched Time to Talk, an edu

AANA Warns Viagra Users of Potential Risks During Surgery

AANA Warns Viagra Users of Potential Risks During Surgery Presence of nitric oxide in Viagra/other drugs can lead to dangerously low blood pressure in patients The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) advises Viagra users to exercise caution and common sense and not take this popular im

Holiday Surgery Tips

Surgery During the Holidays Holiday Hints: Tips for Success Although the holiday season is not a time when people are known to practice moderation, those who must undergo surgery at this time should watch how they indulge for more than just the obvious health reasons. According to the American Assoc

Step 2 - Obtain the Best Research Literature

Step 2 - Obtain the Best Research Literature Keyword Literature Search After the determination of which resources will be utilized, the next step is to proceed with the search strategy. Several databases exist to assist in the mechanics of developing a list of keywords relevant to the topic’s

MRI- What You Need to Know

MRI - What You Need to Know Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is technology that allows a healthcare professional to get pictures of the internal, “non-bony” parts of your body to diagnose illness or injury. The MRI scanner is a huge, tube-shaped magnet that does not use X-rays to outline

Intro to Health Services Research

AANA Foundation Intro to Health Services Research ​This resource is intended as an introduction for CRNAs who are interested in learning more about health services research (HSR) and what it is, national priorities and framework from which nursing scholars can identify HSR topics, and how the AANA F

Comment Letters

Comment Letters 2019 AANA Works with House Healthcare Innovation Caucus to Support Innovative Payment Models and the Technologies Needed to Support these Models, July 8, 2019 AANA Comments on CMS Co-Location Guidance , July 2, 2019 AANA Comments on Federal Trade Commission's Final Session of Hearing

Member Resources

Federal Government Affairs - Member Resources Just as Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) are vigorous advocates for patient safety in the clinical setting, the AANA is an equally determined advocate for CRNAs concerning issues such as patient safety, access to quality healthcare service

Medical Direction vs. Medicare Part A Supervision

Medical Direction vs. Medicare Part A Supervision March 2010 Can CRNAs bill for a “non-medically directed” service? Which states are “opt-out” states? Payment diagrams and anesthesia payment formula CRNAs and Direct Medicare Part B Payment Under Medicare Part B, CRNAs can bil

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