Job ID 40913
Anesthesiologists have many benefits, but the job can also be difficult. The long hours and high patient load are demanding, and the job can be emotionally taxing. There are a variety of anesthesia jobs, including those in the field of pain management. If you have a strong interest in medicine and want to treat a wide range of patients, an anesthesiologist may be the right choice for you.
This highly specialized job requires a lot of training, and job satisfaction is high. Anesthesiologists often work in hospitals and clinics, where their expertise is in high demand.
Job & Responsibilities
- You can use intravenous, local or caudal methods to administer pain medication or sedation during medical and surgical procedures.
- Monitor patients before, during, and after surgery. Offset any adverse reactions or complications. Record the amount and type of anesthesia used as well as patients’ conditions throughout the procedure.
- Take medical histories and examine patients. Order diagnostic tests like x-rays, laboratory tests and x-rays. Discuss with other healthcare professionals the best method and type to numb patients to pain.
- Ensure that emergency surgery patients have access to life support and airway management.
- Monitor patients after surgery and determine when they can move to another room or home.
- Assist with anesthesiologic procedures, coordinate with other professionals to create plans and procedures; supervise the tasks of nurses, medical technicians and other support personnel in healthcare.
- Instruct patients and their families about post-procedure care, possible complications, and other ways to improve and prevent illness.
Role: General Anesthesia Doctor
Functional Area: Medical Health Care
Industry Type: Hospitals and Clinics
Qualification: MBBS/Diploma in Anesthesiologist/DNB/MD
Perks and Benefits: Salary up Negotiable