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CRNA

 
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.

CRNA


cRNA

Abbreviation for complementary ribonucleic acid.

CRNA

abbr.
certified registered nurse anesthetist

CRNA

Certified registered nurse anesthetist

CRNA

Abbreviation for certified registered nurse anesthetist.
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Examining the location of facilities by urban and rural location, it becomes evident the use of predominantly CRNA and team staffing models, regardless of state opt-out status, was largely driven by rural or urban location.
Meiotic maturation rate of oocytes injected with Xpress-Egr3-DsRed2 or Xpress-[DELTA]Egr3-DsRed2 cRNA (1) Group Total Oocytes maturation rate (%) oocytes GVBD MII oocytes (%) oocytes (%) Xpress-Egr3-DsRed2 85 84 (98.82) 51 (60.00) Xpress-[DELTA]Egr3-DsRed2 78 74 (94.87) 52 (66.66) Water injection 40 40 (100) 29 (72.50) No injection 68 65 (95.59) 54 (79.41) GVBD, germinal vesicle breakdown; MII, metaphase II; IBMX, 3-isobutyl-1-methylxanthine.
Then there is the MD-CRNA model, where anesthesiologists and CRNAs work in the same facility but practice independently of each other.
The optimal incubation time for NDV infection was based on when the cDNAs of gRNA, cRNA, and mRNA of NP started to stably accumulate.
We would argue that interpretation of regression results should consider the imprecision of the estimates and the wide confidence intervals (reflected in the insignificant p-values) around most of the coefficients showing lower maternal mortality and anesthesia-related complications in hospitals making use of CRNAs. Finally and most important, although we conducted two-sided tests of significance, we interpreted and reported the significance of our results using the more conservative one-sided test (assuming in effect that the hypothesis is that anesthesiologist-only models should be better than other models) when addressing the question of whether there was evidence that obstetrical patients in hospitals making use of CRNA models were at higher risk for adverse outcomes.
One week after the "tigers" of the Macedonian Interior Ministry, upon foreign information, conquered the hills of Skopska Crna Gora in a landing and discovered a huge arsenal of arms, a strange silence is ruling around a dozen questions that opened not only the full bunkers, but first of all the exchange of fire between the police and a 12-member armed group guarding the arms.
The college reopened its door again in 2005, and is directed by Bernadette Henrichs, CRNA, PhD, and Vicki Coopmans, CRNA, PhD.
the coffee bar while the CRNA attended to the patient.
Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA), registered nurses who have completed a master's degree program in nurse anesthesia, provide the majority of anesthesia care in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical facilities.
According to the Supreme Court, the MMA argued that the level of supervision anticipated for physician supervision of CRNAs did not involve the surgeon telling the CRNA precisely how anesthesia should be administered.
1A), we pooled total RNA extracted from blood that had been aliquoted into PAXgene tubes from a given donor, combined copy RNA (cRNA) generated from each donor pool of total RNA to form a multidonor pool [also referred to as a mass-balanced, self-referenced pool (10)] to make interdonor comparisons, and compared each donor with the pool.
A purposive sample of CRNAs was drawn from Pennsylvania, which has one of the highest CRNA utilization rates in the US (Bureau of Health Professions 2000).