Pediatric Anesthesiologist

Research of Pediatric Anesthesiologist


There is much to learn about pediatric anesthesiologist such as their income, what education it requires to become a pediatric anesthesiologist, and their duties and responsibilities.

Paragraph 1 (Salary)

An anesthesiologist gets payed a lot of money for their job, but just how much do they get payed? On average, an anesthesiologist's salary will reach $237,110, and will grow depending on their figure. According to "No salary will go lower than an annual $105,000 and again, no salary will exceed $401,000 per year." Salary will also vary depending on whether or not you live/work in a city with demanding services. Some cities the demand for anesthesiologist are growing while other cities are not.

Paragraph 2 (Education)

No one can just wake up and suddenly become a pediatric anesthesiologist, it requires a lot of education. In total, you will need 12 years of education or college to become a licensed anesthesiologist. First you will need to receive your bachelor's degree as an undergrad, which take approximately 4 years. After you receive your bachelor's degree you will need 4 years of medical and science education in college. Following your medical schooling you will need to spend 4 years as a resident, which is a medical graduate who practices what they have learned under the supervision of a hospital. Once you're done with residency you're a licensed anesthesiologist!

Paragraph 3 (Duties & Responsibilities)

As an anesthesiologist, you have a lot of responsibilities. One of the first things you need to do is evaluate the patient before surgery so you can decide how much of what anesthesia you need to give the patient. After deciding what anesthesia they need you will need to explain the procedure that is taking place and the risks that come with it. Once in the procedure room you will need to put the patient under the anesthesia before the surgeon begins the procedure. You have to make sure that you give the patient the right amount of the anesthesia because if you don't give the patient enough medicine they could wake up during surgery. If you give the patient too much anesthesia they could overdose and possibly die. While in surgery it is the anesthesiologist's job to manage critical life functions such as breathing, heart-rate, blood pressure, ect.


  • "Anesthesiologist Salary in 2014", Anesthesiologist Salary 2015, January 20, 2014, web, May 26, 2015
  • "Anesthesiologist Salary", Salary Voice 2015, September 2, 2014, web, May 26, 2015
  • "Anesthesiologist", NP, January 2015, web, May 27, 2015
  • "Responsibilities of the Anesthesiologist", Barnabas Health, N.D, web, May 28, 2015