Anaesthesia in the Netherlands

Crul, J. F.
October 1978
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Oct1978, Vol. 71 Issue 10, p771
Academic Journal
The article discusses the developments of anesthesia as a field of specialized medicine in Netherlands. The training of specialists consisted of three years in anesthesia and six months of internal medicine like cardiology and pulmonology. Fully trained anesthesiologists were registered by a board of medical specialist organization, and in 1948, the Dutch society of anesthetists was created to be the official representative body of all specialists.


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