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The American Board of Surgical Assistants (ABSA), was founded in 1987, by Paul F. Weeks, M. D. as a national credentialing organization, for surgical assistants. The ABSA administers a national certification examination, for surgical assistants, covering all surgical disciplines and all areas of perioperative medicine. The examination evaluates candidate knowledge of surgical anatomy, procedures and techniques, diagnostic studies, emergency situations, OSHA regulations and general patient safety.
AMA Policies American Medical Association (AMA) - Policy, H-475.986 Surgical Assistants other than Licensed Physicians Our