This is the real problem, and likely the second reason the CRNAs are complaining (after wanting to get paid immensely for doing less work). If you start throwing the CA2 into ditzel cases between larger ones, you're committing an asset prematurely, so it is no longer available when it's designated task actually rolls in. This is a lesson in basic triage/resource management. Hold some assets in reserve for the big emergencies, and utilize the shift workers for the bulk of the night work. That is, literally, what they are there for.Another issue with this is that these big cases have sometimes been assigned to CRNAs because the CA2 is stuck in said PEG tube when the trauma rolls in (and the CRNAs/SRNAs want to do these big cases as well).
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