from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A physician specializing in anesthesiology.
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- n. A physician who specializes in anesthesiology and administers anesthesia.
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- n. a specialist who administers an anesthetic to a patient before he is treated
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If your child should need surgery, make sure the anesthesiologist is particularly trained in “pediatric anesthesia”.
I contacted an anesthesiologist from the pain control service (though he said that they were no longer accepting Medicaid).
He told her this would actually get her over her misery more quickly than a Cesarean, so she agreed, and Tobias had me call the anesthesiologist to place an epidural.
Propofol requires an anesthesiologist, which is relatively expensive.
As I went under I remember one nurse saying to the other, "Aren't you going to call the anesthesiologist to put her to sleep?" and the other nurse said "Nope, I can handle it, I don't need him NO-MORE."
An anesthesiologist is a specially trained physician who not only puts you to sleep but also makes informed medical judgments to protect you during surgery.
The anesthesiologist told her the anesthesiologist was a very calming woman who oozed the word “maternal”, “I had a 15 year boy propose to me once.”
A second on-call anesthesiologist was called in, but the pregnant mother's situation was so urgent that she was pushed into the OR, and the sole attending anesthesiologist had to attend to two patients at once.
And he contends that he should have been warned that the anesthesiologist was a costly out-of-network provider.
The anesthesiologist came to administer the shot, Dr. Rosenbaum gave me the Pitocin, and I spent the next couple of hours in blissful labor—no pain.