Sandra Krug is a nurse anesthetist and legal nurse consultant who is familiar with CRNA care. She is based in Bradenton, Florida and she is actively working as a nurse anesthetist and building her practice as a legal nurse consultant.
A certified registered nurse anesthetist or CRNA delivers anesthesia to patients in the United States. In 1986, CRNAs became the first nursing specialty that was bestowed direct reimbursement rights by Medicare.
Listen in as Pat Iyer and Sandra Krug chat about these points
- The education that is required of nurse anesthetists?
- The difference in safety between anesthesia that’s delivered by a nurse anesthetist and anesthesia that’s delivered by an anesthesiologist
- What has changed in the last 30 years in terms of making anesthesia safer?
- What your typical day would be like for a CRNA?
- How a CRNA can literally take someone, put them deeper than a coma and then bring them back
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Sandra Krug the founder and coordinator of Krug Consulting, a Legal Nurse Consulting firm. Sandra is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP), and Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT).
She has 10 years of college education, including a Master’s degree in Nurse Anesthesia and earned three national board certifications and numerous specialty certificates. Sandra has over 24 years of clinical healthcare experience and education on a wide variety of healthcare and medical-legal specialties.