steps to success
- 4 years of college
- 4 years of medical school
- a year of internship that goes over diagnostics
- 3 year residency
- specialty hospitals 110$ an hour
- physicians office 116$ an hour
- general hospitals 94$
- salary 321,000 a year
- review charts/medical history/height and weight/ ect
- gives anastasia or medications
- monitors vital signs and stats
- adjusts anastasia to compensate for physical changes
- when surgery is done you give them reverse anastasia
- reviews post op
- they spend most of their time in post op recovery and patient rooms
- most students borrow money to cover schooling
- you can choose a specialty
- need to know everything about you before surgery
- before college you should take classes to prepare yourself
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