you consistently contradict yourself. You are truly the fool. Im not going to even delve into your political stances or shall i say non political stances on minorities and women of reproductive age.
On one breath you are saying we have TOO much training. On the other breath you are saying you need 4 hands.. For a healthy lap chole? YOu do not need four hands.. is it better ?maybe! is physician training better to have.. umm a resounding yes....
Is a gi doctor necessary for a routine screening colonoscopy or will any FP or advanced practice nurse do? its routine and easy.. Is a board certified surgeon necessary for a simple Incision and Drainage. should we train LPNs to provide moderate sedation for colonoscopy.
Zero contradictions in what I said.....Anyone who is familiar with providing anesthesia knows the following (I'm assuming you know a little about providing anestheisa)
1) 95% of your time is spent charting vitals, watching monitors.
- This DOES NOT require advanced training.....unless you are REALLY dumb.
2) the other 4 % of your time is spent doing things that can potentially be very dangerous for your patient.
- if done properly, also not a big deal
- having 4 hands...can facilitate this process...and improve efficiency
- I like having my patients intubated within 5 minutes of entering the OR
3) the remaining 1% of the time.....when things go wrong...when unexpected things happen.....I like having another pair of hands.
- never let your EGO get in the way of good patient care.
- many CRNAs have this problem
- MORE MDs have this problem
The MD should spend most of their time involved in the 5 % of anesthesia care....
If one wants to spend most of your time in the 95% of doing nothing....then you are wasting resources.
But that's just me.....someone who realizes the economic/business nature of anesthesia and medicine in general.
If one wants to bury their head in the sand, and be inefficient...waste money...waste time....that's fine...but be prepared for eventual economic failure.