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Anesthesiologists are one of the highest-paying jobs in the world. Ask questions about the medical profession here.
One does not become an anesthesiologist by just taking college courses; you have to go to graduate school (medical school) and then take post-graduate work in the field (internship, residency, etc.).To get into medical school you need to graduate from an accredited four year university, with at...
4,5 years college, 4 med school, 4 residency to be independent
science stream with biology necessarily as a subject
  i think it depends on hopw experienced an anesthesiologist is!!
AnesthesiaSummary: Although anesthesia related deaths and patient awareness during surgery has significantly decreased in the past two decades, it is still a main concern of doctors and medical researchers equivalently. It is believed that about two decades ago the anesthesia related death rate was...
they work at least 12 hours a day not including holidays and weekends.
ANE-STHE-SI-OLOGIST or ANNA-STEA-GEE-OLOW-JIST. if you can't pronounce the first one, you can do the second one, which i think is easier! :)
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lots of science and math courses especially anatomy, biology, and chemistry
Yes obviously a pharmacist is a drug expert..He knows the pharmacology of drugs much better thats why he can be a n anesthesiologist later...
  They make you unconcious during surgery so you dont feel the pain, and they keep you alive and stable while unconcious.
The requirements for becoming a Certified Registered Nurse  Anesthetist (CRNA) mainly include having a bachelor's degree in  nursing (or other appropriate baccalaureate degree), Registered  Nurse licensure, a minimum of one year acute care experience (for  example, ICU or ER), and the successful...
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No, a certified veterinary technician can induce, monitor and maintain anesthesia in animals, and can then recover the animal from the anesthesia. However, a veterinarian must be present and available if there are any complications. Typically a vet tech will be running the anesthesia for the...
1 - First you need a high school diploma 2 - Then you need to complete a 4 year university/college undergraduate degree 3 - Then you need to complete a 4 year doctorate in chiropractic
Advancement usually means moving up, say you're a police officer,  you could move up to being head of the station etc...  anesthesiology does not work that way.
The average annual salary of an anesthesiologist is $245,200 but this is not set in stone. The annual salary can range from $195,400 to $290,000. Depending on where you are employed, the annual salary may range.
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  An Anesthesiologist Assistant Makes approx. the same as a CRNA in the Hospital setting and that's about 110,000 to 125,000!
A PA can become an anesthesiologist only after completing the correct program of schooling.
You can make 563,465,798 every 3 years.
"The salary for the average anesthesiologist is about 250,000 to 1,000,000 dollars a year. The salary can change though due to the size of the hospital and how long you have been working."An average by definition is a single number, not a range. $250K - $1M is a range. And a ridiculous one, to boot....
  he administrates the anesthia on the patient and monitors the heart rate and blood pressure before,during, and after the surgical procedure.   he administrates the anesthia on the patient and monitors the heart rate and blood pressure before,during, and after the surgical procedure.
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ok well first of all you get about $321,690 anually per year,that's the median, but you have to have about 10+ years of experience after high school and you have to know a lot of areas to get the job but that's the anual pay per year and sorry but i can't help you about the benefits hope you liked...
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a doctor who gives anesthia to people during birth or surgery
well you have to go to college for 4 years then you also have to have 3 years of experience so to be able to work in a hospital for example you have to do a minimum of 7 years of schooling.
No, while they might work in the same setting the nurse anesthetist is typically higher trained and is concerned about the patient and making sure their vitals are stable throughout the surgery since they're the ones administering the anesthesia. A surgical nurse on the other hand will help assist...
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Good grades overall and strong science program including biology and chemistry. Good luck to you!
Anesthesiologists ARE MDs. They are the highest paid medical specialty according to Forbes.
In the United States the average salary for an anesthesiologist is $190,000. It is reported to range from $143,000 to $380,000. This amount will differ depending on the state and hospital.
  No. Nobody makes that kind of money. Not even the banks.. They may have deposits of that sum but no one makes that kind of money...
Thank you very much, I actually wants to become an Anesthesiologist. so this article helped me. now i am an Anesthesiologist just because of this site. well, you need a Degree in Bachelor of Science in Anesthesia or Diploma in Anesthesia. choice is yours.
  Learning is a continuous process , however to call oneslf a trained anesthsiologist one needs to know not only anesthesia but should have a sound knowledge of physiology, pharmacology, medicine,physics etc. To assimilate such a wide knowledge time would therefore be an important factor. I feel...
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My father was recently given an $80,000 per month min contract from the hospital he works at. He's practiced for over 30 years, not sure who's the highest paid...
Nationally averaged, it comes to about $5,000 - 6,000 per week.
in the OR or while giving anesthesia they must wear scrubs but in their clinics and outside of OR they wear lab coats with formal business attire underneath.
  == Answer ==   in an average you will make more workin alone, around 78,000 to 120,000 dollars per year.
  The annual salary for anesthesiologists ranges from $282212 to $453000. ... So if you do the right calculations, that should bring you to a range of about $23,517.69- $37,750.00 per month.
Hi! Well, part of that would depend on your education already. I am assuming you already have a bachelor's of science in nursing. In that case, you will just need to start by applying to medical school. Once you get accepted, medical school will take four years. Following that, you will have one...
$306,000 average per year ($147.00 per hour)
They give patients drugs to relieve pain or put them to sleep during surgery. Anesthesiologists are responsible for ensuring the delivery of anesthesia safely to patients in virtually all health care settings.
complete high school complete college with excellent grades complete 4-years of medical school match into an anesthesiology program (4-years duration) To start with, you should know that an anesthesiologist is a physician--a medical specialist who makes all the medical decisions about...
That, as with most other jobs, varies by each medical facility. Some are more generous with vacation time than others, but as for the hours worked, and the 'breaks', that really doesn't work the same as with a typical office job. An anesthesiologist is a medical doctor who has specialized in the...
yes you do need math to become an anesthesiologist because that is how you know how much to charge a patient or how much dosage they need for their medicine!   You need to know MATH anyways. That's if you wanna good paying JOB
This depends on a number of factors; including experience, location, and gender. In a recent (2010) salary survey, the lower end of an anesthesiologist salary is $339,000 ($27,500) per month and the higher end is $377,000 ($31,000) per month.
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i don't know that's why im asking you
  == SCHOOLING FOR ANESTHESIOLOGY ==   YOU HAVE TO GO TO MEDICAL SCHOOL TO become an M.D. (physician). Then you specialize in ANESTHESIOLOGY from there.. ALL anesthesiologists are medical doctors. <<<ADR>>>
After getting an undergraduate degree (BS) usually in a life science like Biology or Chemistry - an anesthesiologist student will get a Doctor of Medicine degree (MD) - next is a four year (or more) residency/intern program in anesthesia. Many anesthesiologists are also taking specialty programs in...
Anesthesiologists are involved in pain relief and anaesthetics (controlling consciousness). They do this by adminstering drugs to control pain, heart rate, depth of consciousness in general anaesthetics, as well as delivering local, epidural and chronic pain relief. They are also specialists in...
they make around 290,000 dollars per year
  == MD plus residency, minimum ==   I believe it would require a bachelor's degree plus medical school, followed by residency. So you're probably talking 12-15 years of post-high-school education.   There's a reason they're among the most highly-paid professions.
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Yes, very much so. Your college counselor can direct you to the classes you will need to pursue this exciting career. Good luck!
First complete a four year premedical program at an accredited college or university, then pass the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) and get accepted into a school of medicine. A student then spends four more years in an anesthesiology residency while working toward obtaining certification...
A bloody lot that's for sure i would say over 200k a year depending on expeirence, where they work etc
I am a anthesologist in Beverly Hills CA. I typically get paid 6 to 8 thousand dollars every two weeks. Yearly I get paid 480,900.
Starting salary ranges from $90,000 to $95,000 starting out. Once  you gain experience and been in the field for a long time, you  could make as much as $180,000 a year. You get benefits and bonuses  as well.
Best estimates based on state medical board information is that there are approximately 35,000 actively practicing anesthesiologists in the U.S.
  == Highschool Courses ==   Principles of Health Science, Medical Terminology, Medical Science, Medical Math, ETC.
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yes! they have to be very smart, or else they could kill you. if they give you too much anesthesia, you'll never wake up. if you they don't give you enough, you'll wake up during the surgery.
4 years undergraduate + 4 years medical school + 1 year internship + 3-5 years anesthesia residency (length depends on whether or not you subspecialize). [12-15 total]You can become a CRNA (certified registered nurse anesthetist) with 4 years undergraduate + post-graduate training of I think 2-4...
They make about over 190k+ but specifically in your state it would be 210k+ but also starting salary counts though it'll be typically in the 150k area because it's starting
Certainly, Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine can choose to specialize in anesthesiology and practice as anesthesiologists if they choose to. Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) and Doctors of Medicine (M.D.) are both full-fledged physicians trained in the United States who attend four years of...
  Pediatric anesthesiologists usually get around $130,000 to $280,000 a year in their first year out of medical school, which could last 11-12 years (4 years college, 4 years medical school, 3-4 years residency).
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A physician who specializes in anesthesia; called an 'Anesthesiologist'.
It depends on the individual, their expertise, experience, performance record etc.
An anesthesiologist is a physician (MD) who specializes in anesthesiology. Therefore the following pertains to all physicians.   The common path to practicing as a physician requires 8 years of education beyond high school and 3 to 8 additional years of internship and residency. All States, the...
Quickly, an anesthesiologist is a fully qualified medical doctor with 5 years of post-graduate (residency) training in anesthesia. These are the doctors that manage patients' sleep while under anesthetic for surgery. Within the medical field, anesthesia is also regarded as the specialty under which...
Bachelor's Degree from college. M.D. degree from medical school. Residency certificate of completion - for completion of post medical school training (4 yrs) to become specialized in anesthesiology.
No. Anesthesiologists tend to make more money because they specialize in one certain profession. Doctors can do practically anything. People pay more for specialized doctors because they have to go to school longer to practice their profession more thoroughly.
Physicians specializing in anesthesiology must spend a substantial number of years completing education and training requirements, including 4 years of undergraduate school, 4 years of medical school, and 3 to 8 years of residency. Certain medical schools offer a program that combines undergraduate...
It really just depends on the relationship with the hospital. Many Hospitals in the U.S. provide blanket malpractice insurance coverage for hospital residents and staff.
the president nominates all supreme court justices and the constitution does not state any required education, however, they do need to be approved by congress so some schooling does help.