By Ann B. Hamric
Complicated perform Nursing : Integrative technique 4TH variation through Ann B. Hamric, Judith A. Spross and Charlene M. Hanson. W.B. Saunders Co.,2008
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Besides caring for patients, the FNS nurses formally organized the Kentucky State Association of Midwives in 1928. Later, this organization would become known as The American Association of Nurse-Midwives (AANM) and would play a key role in the progress of this specialty. Meanwhile, the FNS nurses' documentation of the outcomes of their care would serve to advance their cause. 1930s: The Great Depression By the time President Franklin Roosevelt took the oath of office in March 1933, the United States was mired in an economic depression that involved the entire industrialized world.
The roots of nurse anesthesia in the United States can be traced to the late nineteenth century. During the 1860s, two key events converged: the widespread use of chloroform anesthesia and the demand for such treatment for wounded soldiers during the American Civil War (1861–1865). This convergence provided Catholic sisters and others with a unique opportunity to assist surgeons. In 1861, except for Catholic sisters and Lutheran deaconesses, there were few professional nurses in the United States.
Early in the decade, the medical profession began to question the right of nurses to administer anesthesia, claiming that these nurses were practicing medicine without a license. In 1911 the New York State Medical Society unsuccessfully declared that the administration of an anesthetic by a nurse violated state law (Thatcher, 1953). A year later, the Ohio State Medical Board passed a resolution specifying that only physicians could administer anesthesia. Despite this resolution, nurse anesthetist Agatha Hodgins established The Lakeside Hospital School of Anesthesia in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1915, culminating in a lawsuit brought against the Lakeside Hospital program by the state medical society.
Advanced Practice Nursing: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition by Ann B. Hamric