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anesthesiologist

 [an″es-the″ze-ol´o-jist]
a physician who specializes in anesthesiology.

an·es·the·si·ol·o·gist

(an'es-thē'zē-ol'ō-jist),
1. A physician specializing solely in anesthesiology and related areas.
2. A person with a doctoral degree who is board certified and legally qualified to administer anesthetics and related techniques. Compare: anesthetist.

anesthesiologist

also

anaesthesiologist

(ăn′ĭs-thē′zē-ŏl′ə-jĭst)
n.
A physician specializing in anesthesiology.

anesthesiologist

[an′əsthē′zē·ol′əjist]
a physician who completes an accredited residency program in anesthesiology. Anesthesiologists may administer anesthesia directly or as part of an anesthesia team consisting of nurse anesthetists or anesthesiologist's assistants. Compare nurse anesthetist.

anesthesiologist

A physician trained in administering anesthetics during surgery and caring for anesthetized Pts Occupational hazards Chronic exposure to anesthetics, infectious diseases, substance abuse, radiation exposure. Cf Anesthetist Salary$165K + 13% bonus.

an·es·the·si·ol·o·gist

(an'es-thē'zē-ol'ŏ-jist)
1. A physician specializing in anesthesiology.
2. A person with a doctoral degree who is certified and legally qualified to administer anesthetics and related techniques.
Compare: anesthetist
Synonym(s): anaesthesiologist.

Anesthesiologist

A medical specialist who administers an anesthetic to a patient before he is treated.

an·es·the·si·ol·o·gist

(an'es-thē'zē-ol'ŏ-jist)
A physician specializing solely in anesthesiology and related areas.
Synonym(s): anaesthesiologist.

anesthesiologist (an´əsthē´zēol´-əjist),

n a physician specializing in the administration of anesthetics.

anesthesiologist

a veterinarian or physician who specializes in anesthesiology.
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An anaesthesiologist does not spend as much time with a patient as a surgeon does.
Lack of recognition and decreased appreciation of the role of the anaesthesiologist by the patient contributes to the frustration of the anaesthetic practitioner which in turn can lead to decrease in recruiting and retaining the staff in the discipline.
Anaesthesiologists rightly take pride in the outstanding track record of their speciality in improving safety and reducing avoidable patient harm.
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Whitacre needle is not routinely used in spite of its advantages, possibly because of its unfamiliarity among Anaesthesiologists and Neurologists (5) and its limited availability.
Ahli charged the anaesthesiologist for not paying heed to the victim's hypertension.
Meanwhile the anaesthesiologist told Presiding Judge Abdullah Abu Zaid in courtroom five: "I am not guilty.
Ahli charged the anaesthesiologist with medical negligence for not paying heed to the victim's hypertension.
At present, anaesthesiologists use a monitoring system that takes electroencephalogram (EEG) information and combines it into a single number between zero and 100.
He urged the Anaesthesiologists at tehsil and district level to attend the conference to update and share their knowledge and skills with others.