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December 13, 2016 The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) is extremely gratified by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) decision to reverse its proposal to replace the departments physician anesthesiologists with nurses in VA health care facilities. If implemented, the proposal would have fundamentally changed the delivery of surgical anesthesia care for Veterans. The final rule was posted to the Federal Register today. In it, the VA will maintain its current physician-led, team-based model of care under which physician anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists work together to provide high-quality and safe anesthesia care. This was the right decision for our nations Veterans and for safe patient care, said ASA President Jeffrey Plagenhoef, M.D. Were thrilled with the VAs decision to remove anesthesia from the new Advanced Practice Registered Nurses rule. We commend VAs leadership for their recognition that the operating room is a unique care setting and that surgery and anesthesia are inherently dangerous requiring physician leadership. This is true for anyone, but especially for our nations Veterans, given many of them have multiple medical conditions that put them at greater risk for complications during and after surgery and anesthesia. ASA commends the VA leadership for their evidence-based, http://damianperrycafe.pca-plus.com/2016/12/17/a-quick-overview-of-training-for-medicine-tactics decision-making process. VAs own internal Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) study of this issue titled Evidence Brief: The Quality of Care Provided by Advanced Practice Registered Nurses raised significant questions about the safety of the solo CRNA or nurse-only model of anesthesia. After reviewing existing studies, even self-funded nursing advocacy studies, QUERI concluded the evidence did not prove it would be safe to implement nurse-only models of anesthesia for VA, specifically questioning whether more complex surgeries can be safely managed by CRNAs. The VAs final rule assures the Departments alignment with current laws in 46 states and the District of Columbia, which all require physician involvement for anesthesia care.
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I did the Master Cleanse. Like, what would Beyonce do? But it didn’t work for my body and my lifestyle,” she said. Closed Captioning Heres why you feel uncomfortable after that big holiday meal “I love jumping rope. I love to hate it,” she said. “Don (Kardashian’s trainer) will say, ‘In five minutes, you need to do 800 jumps.’ I was like, ‘That’s easy,’ but no, it’s the hardest. I’m drenched, and I can’t breathe, and my arms hurt, but for me it’s a full-body workout.” As for the workout she hates most? “Running is my least favorite thing,” she told Health. Here’s her No.
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