Yes. DOs work under the supervision of MDs. MDs supervise DOs,NPs, and PAs. Don't get me wrong. You can get quality medical care from a DO, but their notes should be reviewed by an MD monthly to make sure they are giving that quality care. Best wishes to you and the care your DO is given you!
No. First, osteopaths are independent, autonomous providers, and are physicians. They do not work under supervision. Nurse practitioners do not supervise doctors.
Under a doctors supervision it is fine.
No, it's not fraud. The Nurse Pratitioner works under the doctors supervision and their visits can be billed out under the doctors name. (I've worked in medical practices for 20 years and this question comes up often).
Considered controversial, safe in therapeutic doses and under the supervision of a medical professional. Pregnant women should be under supervision of a medical practitioner.
Yes but under medical supervision
Only under medical supervision.
yes, as long a you are careful and are under doctors supervision you should be fine
Yes. That' why it should be done under medical supervision.
No medication (not even a nonprescription drug) should be taken except under medical supervision, since it could pass from the mother through the placenta to the developing baby.
A Physicians Assistant (PA) and Nurse Practitioner (NP) fill the special role between nurses and medical physicians MDs/osteopaths DOs. The PA and NP under the supervision of MDs and DOs can diagnose, treat, and even prescribe medications; PAs and NPs are highly trained clinicians.
No. They are rreasonably safe when taken under medical supervision.
Alcohol withdrawal is often conducted under medical supervision.
By dieting and exercising, always under medical supervision.
Only from licensed pharmacies, and under medical supervision !
a pa is a phyisician assistant and is under the supervision of a doctor. a pa can give out medication, cures, and prescriptions but only under a doctors approval. :]
If you mean another one straight after a failed medical one it is only if the doctor say so. Experimenting with medicine that makes you bleed can be very dangerous. Other than that you can have as many abortions as you need as long as it's under a doctors supervision.
Only under the supervision of a medical practitioner.
Preferably to be administered under the supervision of a medical practitioner.
Medical professionals such as physician's assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses often work under the supervision of these physicians.
Alcoholics may need to detox under medical supervision.
Medications are used for treating patients. They are used under supervision of certified medical practitioners.
A dental hygienist works under the supervision of a dentist
Under the supervision of the new principle, the school was improved. The supervision of parents is required for children under the age of 18.
The delivery room is a place in hospitals etc, used for the deliveries of babies under the supervision of medical staff.
No it doesn't. You have to go to a clinic and get a safe abortion under medical supervision.