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What Is Another Name For Nurse Anesthetist?

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A common term for a nurse who works in an operating theatre at a clinic or hospital, would be an anesthetics nurse or alternatively, a theatre sister. Once a person qualifies as a State Registered Nurse or a SRN, she wears epaulets or a badge indicating this. She is referred to as sister, or matron if she is head, and her qualifications and rank in the organization put her above that of a general nurse.
Specialisations can be done, and these cover theatre nursing and recovery nursing, which involve preparation of the patient for theatre, assisting of the surgeon or anaethestist, and then the recovery process to bring the patient back to consciousness and transferring back to the ward.

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