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Anesthesiologist Assistant

If you are looking for a career change or in college looking for a career choice and always thought about working in the medical profession, this is your chance. All you need is a baccalaureate degree in any field of study(preferably in the sciences), the required pre-med prerequisites with above average grades and the desire to strive for excellence. You can become a six figure earning Anesthesiologist Assistant professional similar in job description to the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)!

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Did you know that there are job offers for Anesthesiologist Assistants
with salaries from
110,000.00 to $150,000.00/ Yr.?

Who are Anesthesiologist Assistant's?
An anesthesiologist assistant is a physician assistant specialist trained to administer anesthesia. In the United States, an anesthesiologist assistant must complete two and a half years of training in a CAAHEP accredited anesthesiologist assistant program after obtaining a baccalaureate degree and required medical prerequisites.
In the operating room, an anesthesiologist assistant, who is supervised by an anesthesiologist, practices with a great deal of autonomy administering anesthetic drugs and recognizing and treating surgical complications, such as sudden MI and Hypotensive crisis. The anesthesiologist assistant is trained to assess potential complications prior to surgery by obtaining a thorough physical assessment and history. After surgery, the anesthesiologist assistant monitors the patient until vital signs are stable and he or she gains consciousness.
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