Doctors Opposed to Letting Nurse Sedate Patients in New Jersey

Oct 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Travel Nursing News

New Jersey officials are considering allowing specialized nurses to sedate patients without any supervision from a doctor according to the Wall Street Journal.

The health officials are considering this pish due to the decline in available physicians. 

This has in turned angered many physicians in the state as they believe that it could place the patient in jeopardy.

The plan is to let nurse anesthetist work unassisted but still have a doctor within reach if it becomes necessary.

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