Anesthesiologist

By: Kaylin Blankenship

Anesthesiologist

Education: Prerequisite college courses (2-4 years) - 35,600

Medical degree (4 years) -212,000-Duke School of Medicine

Anesthesiology residency (4 years) -150,000- Wake Forest

Education Total Cost: -115,600- 397,600-

Person Interest

No, my job choice does not go along with interests. My interests include sports and being outside. The anesthesiologist put patients to sleep and to monitor critical life functions.

Salary and Duties

Salary: 293,389

Duties: Anesthesiologists are the physicians trained to administer and manage anesthesia given during a surgical procedure. They are also responsible for managing and treating changes in your critical life functions - breathing, heart rate, and blood pressure - as they are affected by the surgery being performed. Further, they immediately diagnose and treat any medical problems that might arise during and immediately after surgery.

Why Anesthesiologist?

I want to be an Anesthesiologist because they do not get close to a whole lot of blood. Also, you do not have to treat a lot of different emergencies like other doctors. As an Anesthesiologist, you will just perform the main duty of putting patients to sleep before surgery. An anesthesiologist makes a good amount of money as well, which is another reason I want to pursue this job. This job also helps out the patient because it brings little to no discomfort. Many colleges offer good programs to get started in this medical field.

Interesting Facts

  • People who smoke may need more anesthesia
  • It is possible for you to make wake up during surgery
  • Anesthesia can block your memory
  • Some people can have allergic reactions to anesthesia

Colleges you could go to

  • Duke School of Medicine
  • Harvard Medical School
  • UNC School of Medicine
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Employment Outlook

The Outlook is excellent for an Anesthesiologist. In the next decade jobs for Anesthesiologist is supposed to go up 10 to 20 percent. They should be many jobs open for the career choice.

Surprised?

It surprised me on how much education is needed to be an Anesthesiologist. The amount of education does not change my choice in any way.

Would you still want this Job?

Yes, I would still want this job because it doesn't envolve a lot of blood or change. The education does not affect my choice.
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