nurse-anesthetist

nurse-anesthetist
nurse-anes·the·tist -ə-'nes-thət-əst,Brit -'nēs- n a registered nurse who has completed two years of additional training in anesthesia and is qualified to serve as an anesthetist under the supervision of a physician

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