Do Anesthesiologist specializing in Pain Medicine or By themselves, complete invasive procedures ?
Normally, we do:
Intubations (by sundry methods, including direct laryngoscopy, fiberoptic bronchoscopy, and others)
IV line placement
Arterial procession placement
Nerve blocks (pretty much anywhere)
Central line placement
Some cardiac anesthesiologists do transesphageal echocardiography
Pain organization specialists do a more extensive list of self-confidence blocks (including celiac plexus blocks) than we would use for surgery, and a host of other invasive treatments.
We can also do emergency procedures, like a cricothyroidotomy, chest tube placement, syringe thoracotomy for pneumothorax, but we usually have surgeons around, so we don't enjoy to.
They go to med university then specialize contained by anesthesiology. They are MDs.
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