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ASA stands for Australian Society of Anaesthetists
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Recommended reading Australian Day Surgery Council, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Australian New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and the Australian Society of Anaesthetists.
The WFSA and Australian Society of Anaesthetists urge all anaesthetists to contribute.
For example, the Australian Society of Anaesthetists, the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists and the Pacific Society of Anaesthetists have helped build significant projects in the Pacific with budgets beyond their own means.
The Australian Society of Anaesthetists wishes to acknowledge the generosity of all advertisers in this issue.
Fifty Years--The Australian Society of Anaesthetists 1934-1984.
During the Congress he convened a meeting of six prominent anaesthetists from various States and in January 1934, the Australian Society of Anaesthetists was born, with Gilbert Brown installed as President and Geoffrey Kaye as Secretary.
Their paper was awarded the Gilbert Troup Prize at the most recent Australian Society of Anaesthetists National Scientific Congress (2006).