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You can't anaesthetise patients—you are not employed as an anaesthetist
  1. Mark F Nicol
  1. Correspondence to: Dr Nicol, 7 Burchill Close, Clutton , Bristol BS39, UK 5PR (markfnicol{at}

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Editor,—I would like to highlight an example of “specialty interface problem” and how the problem may be tackled. Although I was an anaesthetist for over three years and possess the anaesthetic fellowship, I have come into criticism from anaesthetists for intubating patients using anaesthetic drugs in my role as Specialist Registrar …

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