A study of anesthesiologist assistants
Legislative Research Commission, 2007 - Medical - 59 pages
A study of the certification and scope of practice requirements of anesthesiologist assistants, comparing similarities and differences between Kentucky and the 14 other states (plus the District of Columbia) where anesthesiologist assistants practice, and also comparing anesthesiologist assistant practice to that of other anesthesia care providers.
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Anesthesiologist Assistants in Kentucky Compared to Other Jurisdictions
Anesthesiologist Assistants Compared to Other Anesthesia Providers
Opinions of Interested and Affected Parties
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