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Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists

Proven, Professional, and Passionate. CRNAs have been safely practicing anesthesia for more than 150 years!

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CRNAs are the primary anesthesia providers in rural Missouri

Nearly half of Missouri’s counties with hospitals providing surgical services offer anesthesia provided solely by CRNAs. CRNA-only anesthesia services are especially predominant in the rural, medically underserved areas of the state. Without nurse anesthetists practicing in rural areas; these patients would have to travel long distances to urban areas, or in some cases forgo needed care.

As advanced practice registered nurses, CRNAs practice with a high degree of autonomy and professional respect. We take the responsibility of safe anesthesia care very seriously.

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Ever Had Gas App

Learn about what is many times the scariest part of having a procedure done. Ever Had Gas is an informative app is for patients and their families. The concepts are presented in a clear and concise way so that it is easy to understand what can be a frightening aspect of your procedure. It gives basic information about anesthesia and tells what to expect when given anesthesia. You are able to learn about the Types of Anesthesia, DO’s and Don’ts the day of surgery, Anesthesia Terminology, and FAQs.

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CRNAs

CRNAs
Certified Registered Nurse anesthetists have been providing anesthesia care to patients in the United States for nearly 150 years.

Scope of Practice

Scope of Practice
CRNAs perform all types of anesthesia for all types of cases. CRNAs are also educated and trained to exercise independent judgment and to respond quickly to anesthetic emergencies.

Safety

Safety
Technologies, improved anesthetic drugs, advanced education, and high professional standards make this one of the safest aspects of a surgical procedure.

Education

Education
CRNAs receive extensive education and training in the delivery of high quality anesthesia care with a commitment to high standards.

The More You Know

Intubation/Intubate

Placement of a flexible plastic tube in the trachea to protect and support the airway and allow for mechanical or artificial respiration. This is usually done when the patient is asleep.

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