-The major responsibilities of an anesthesiologist are,
- To give patients drugs or gasses that prevents pain or any felling
- To make sure the patient is ok before during and after surgery.
-To decide if they should use general anesthesia (makes patients
unconscious) or regional anesthesia (numbs a cretin area.)
-To monitor patients vital signs such as heart rate, breathing, and
-To prescribe pain killers.
-The educational requirements of an anesthesiologist are,
-That you must graduate high school.
-Then complete four years of under graduate education.
-Then four years of medical school.
-Then you must take a three to four residency.
-Why would you choose this profession?
-You get to help people.
-Doesn’t have all the responsibilities of other medical professions.
-Job is in high demand.
-Some risk or drawbacks of being an anesthesiologist are
-Long hours up to 65 a week.
-On call 24 hours a day.
-Sometimes you must spend up to eight hours in the operating room.
-Lots of school.
-Some characteristic needed to be successful in this career are
-That you must have good communication skills.
-You should be skilled with your hands.
-You should be emotionally stable.
-You should be willing to study to keep up with medical advances. -The salary for an anesthesiologist is
-Between $170,000 and $250,000 per year
-experienced anesthesiologists make upwards of $300,000 per year
-subspecialties such as pediatric anesthesiology or neurosurgical
anesthesiology ears the most. -Is collage needed? What are some good universities for anesthesiology?
-Yes collage is needed 8 years or more.
-Some university’s that are recommended for being an anesthesiologist are the Middle Tennessee School of Anastasia, The University of Phoenix, and The University of Southern California. -Is their room for advancement?
-Yes firs you’re a resident making $40,000-$45,000 a year...
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