Anesthesiologist are medical doctors who give drugs and gases (anesthetics) to patients to keep them pain-free during surgery. Job description
Without Anesthesiologists, surgery would be impossible in most cases. Anesthesiologist are doctors who administer the drugs or gases that prevent patients from feeling any pain or sensation during surgery. But that’s not all these specialists do. They are responsible for the well-being of the patient before, during, and after surgery. Educational requirements
* Complete at least 3 years of a bachelor’s degree, including several required science courses. * Most applicants have at least a 4-year bachelor’s degree, some even have a master’s degree. * Applicants must have an excellent academic record, high scores on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT), and letter of recommendation from teachers and advisors. * Medical schools also consider things like character, leadership qualities, and extracurricular activities when making admissions decisions. * Interview with members of the admissions committee.
* Medical school takes 4 years to complete, and leads to a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree. * Those who want to be anesthesiologists must then undertake a 3 to 4-year residency program in anesthesia. Residencies are periods of practical, on-the-job training, which takes place in hospitals or other medical settings. * Anesthesiologists who want to acquire further training in a subspecialty can participate in fellowship programs, which usually last about a year. * All doctors must successfully complete state licensing exams. * Anesthesiologists may also choose to become certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA). Average Salary Compensation
* Entry Wage - $59.64 (Hourly) and $124,050 (Annual)
* Median Wage - $80.00+ (Hourly) and $166,400+ (Annual)
* Experienced Wage - $80.00+ (Hourly) and $166,400+ (Annual) Working Conditions
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