The Capitol Anesthesiology Association is based in Austin, TX. They offer three classification of Anesthesiology including General Anesthesia, Regional Anesthesia, and Local/MAC otherwise known as Monitored Anesthesia Care. This Association was established in 1980.
In addition to providing Anesthesiology for adult patients they also have a specialty practice in Pediatric Anesthesia. The provide services to 8 local hospitals and 15 regional Ambulatory Surgery Centers. In addition the Capital Anesthesiology Association has partnered with Dell Medical School in order to help educate nurses, paramedics, and other medical professionals.
Capital Anesthesiology Association is heavily committed to the Austin, TX community and are involved with a large number of nonprofits. One of the examples of this community involvement is their work with Austin Smiles, a nonprofit which provides reconstructive plastic surgery to children in Texas and some Latin American countries.
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Capitol Anesthesiology is based in Austin Texas and serves many surrounding offices and hospitals. They assist these offices and hospitals by providing the anesthesia for procedures. They also donate their services for groups such as Austin Smiles and Operation Smile so people can get dental work done.
General anesthesia is the most common for easy surgical procedures. Local anesthesia is used for specific areas of soft tissue. Pediatric anesthesia requires additional training because it is used on very young children and too much exposure can do harm or cause death.
Medical careers are always going to be in demand and anesthesia is a large part in the medical field. Working with a company that has such a large role in the community, offices, and hospitals would be a great goal for those who are looking into a medical career. Capitol Anesthesiology has made an impact with their services and donated time to great causes.