Capitol Anesthesiology Association was established in 1973. Capitol Anesthesiology Association, or CAA, is one of the nation’s largest anesthesiology private practices, with more than 80 physicians and 130 registered nurse anesthetists. The physicians and nurse anesthetists at CAA are supporters of numerous philanthropic organizations such as Autism Smiles, Eels on Wheels, Operation Smile, Family Eldercare, and more. They are also a member of the Anesthesia Quality Institute and they follow the mission of continuing to use education and data reporting to make sure that the anesthesia services provided are the best possible. CAA is committed to the highest level of service excellence in not only their business practices, but also their clinical practices.
CAA uses anesthesia to manage pain as well as reduce anxiety before, during, and after procedures. CAA provides numerous types of anesthesia, which include general, regional, local, pediatric, obstetric, and cardiovascular. General anesthesia is used during extensive surgery to make sure the patient is completely asleep and still and regional is used after surgery to help manage pain in localized areas. Local anesthesia is used during procedures that are on small areas of soft tissue. Pediatric anesthesia is a specialty area of practice and it requires extra training and certification. Obstetric assists during childbirth to make labor as comfortable as possible. Finally, cardiovascular is used during cardiac surgery.
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