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  • Physician Anesthesiologist Is Responsible For The Care Of A Patient

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    do a job. One such job corresponds to the anesthesiologist. The physician anesthesiologist is responsible for the care of a patient going under surgery before, during, and post-surgery. They are in charge of the patient when they are marginally awake or fully unconscious and provide comfort if needed. They may work in different areas such as in the operating room, emergency room, dental offices, or anywhere a patient needs to be sedated. Anesthesiologist works with other doctors during procedures

  • Anesthesiologists

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    Anesthesiologists are responsible for monitoring the amounts of medicine given to the patient, blood pressure, heart rate, and breathing. They also help make procedures safe and secure. Before anesthesia was discovered other methods were used to numb or induce sleep. Native Americans and other groups used natural herbs such as coca leaves, marijuana, and Jimsonweed to offer pain relief, sedation, or amnesia during surgery. However, in 1846 a dentist name Dr. William Morton performed a procedure removing

  • Benefits Of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists

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    emergency services, and offer obstetrical care to patients who may otherwise need to travel long distances for care (Fallacaro & Ruiz-Law, 2004). They are able to provide services in rural areas through reimbursement from Medicare. Physician anesthesiologists were not part of this reimbursement plan until recently when the Medicare Access to Rural Anesthesiology Act was introduced. The purpose of this paper is to use the critical

  • Designing A Rubik 's Cube

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    There are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 (43 Quintillion) ways to configure a Rubik’s cube, but there is only one correct solution to the puzzle. The player must consider multiple algorithms simultaneously to avoid backtracking or scrambling their work. The cube must be solved as a cube, not as individual squares. Anesthesia, my chosen specialty, is similar in that countless configurations of human biochemistry must be manipulated to achieve the correct “solution”: a patient who is safely and effectively

  • Who Is Dr. Horace Wells Involved In Dentistry?

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    Dr. Horace Wells born in January 21, 1815 to January 24, 1848 was an American dentist who pioneered the use of anesthesia in dentistry, specifically nitrous oxide (or laughing gas). Born in Hartford, Connecticut, Wells was educated in Walpole, New Hampshire before studying dentistry in Boston. Wells first bore witness to the effects of nitrous oxide in 1844 when he volunteered to have it demonstrated on him by Gardner Quincy Colton, a member of a traveling circus. Wells felt nothing, and

  • Anesthesiologist Essay

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    Anesthesiologist An anesthesiologist is a doctor who specialises in perioperative medicine. This essentially means that an anesthesiologist administers the anesthetic that puts a patient to sleep before a surgery and they do this so that the person does not experience the pain of the procedure (van der Vyver). Anesthesiologists need extensive training in their field before they can become qualified. This is due to how much science and information is behind administering anesthesia. Anesthesiologists

  • A Career As An Anesthesiologist

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    person is known as an anesthesiologist. Anesthesiologists have a very important and often overlooked job. While they may seem to be a background character they are very important when it comes to the well-being of a patient who is going into surgery. However, with such an important job comes important responsibilities. To get prepared for these a person who is working to become an anesthesiologist must complete at least twelve years of education. To become an anesthesiologist you must become a doctor

  • The Career Of An Anesthesiologist

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    Anesthesiology The career of an Anesthesiologist is a difficult one with an amazing reward. I choose the career of an Anesthesiologist because I like chemistry and biology and would like to go into a career where I can combine the two. I also like being the person who knows that they’ve done the saving but still doesn 't need to deal with all of the fame. This career is one that I feel I would excel in because of the flexibility of the working environment and the hours too. In this career, I will

  • Anesthesiologists Essay

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    Anesthesiologists, otherwise known as, “Dr. Feel Good,” administer drugs and pain relievers. During surgery the physician makes decisions on what type of anesthetic, based on medical history and complications during the surgery. Monitoring a person throughout the day and night is a common task. Pre and postoperative care have some of the most extensive points in a physician's day. “Anesthesiologists may choose to focus on a particular field of anesthesia

  • Essay On Anesthesiologist

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    Anesthesiologist- Rest Giver Many Americans in the 1800’s endured excruciating pain, whether it was from child birth or major injuries, and many died during surgery due to the fact that there was no anesthesia. Anesthesia will cause a patient that is undergoing surgery to sleep for a short period of time to eliminate any pain. “Anesthesiologist’s are mostly responsible for the safety and well-being of patients before, during and after surgery. Every year millions of Americans safely undergo surgery