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 Future of Anesthesia Care Today


 Mississippi Association of Nurse Anesthetists


 Pennsylvania Association of Nurse Anesthetists


 Texas Association of Nurse Anesthetists


 Colorado Association of Nurse Anesthetists


 Connecticut Association of Nurse Anesthetists: Anesthesia & Healthcare are Changing


 Kenya Relief: Medical Teams


 Patient Care Extraordinaire


 CRNAs: We'll Be Watching

Vigilant, hands-on care is a hallmark of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) who stay with their patients throughout their surgery, constantly monitoring their vital signs and adjusting their anesthetic as needed. This fast-paced public service announcement appeared in movie theatres and has been a YouTube fixture for years.

 Proud to Belong

FY2014 AANA President Dennis C. Bless, CRNA, MS, talks about what membership in the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) has meant to him, the value of membership, recent AANA successes, and what Dr. Patrick Conway of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) told CRNAs at a recent Mid-Year Assembly about the AANA. Watch now.
The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA), which represents the nation's 45,000+ Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) and student registered nurse anesthetists, is more than 80 years old! This celebratory video, shot in the classic 1940s "Movietone News" style, provides a fast-paced history of the nurse anesthesia profession since the association's formation in 1931.
The AANA may be 80+ years old, but the profession of nurse anesthesia is nearly double that! Dating back to the Civil War, nurse anesthetists have provided care to U.S. citizens and military personnel for 150 years. Get a glimpse of the profession's proud history from the 1860s to the present by viewing this informative video.
Members of the Ohio State Association of Nurse Anesthetists discuss the profession of nurse anesthesia, the importance of nurse anesthesia to the state of Ohio, and the volunteer work Ohio CRNAs do around the world.
The Oregon Association of Nurse Anesthetists won a Public Relations Recognition Award from the AANA for this outstanding video, "I'm a CRNA," that explains who nurse anesthetists are and why they are important to the healthcare system.

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