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What types of math are the most important when pursuing a career in anesthesiology?

I'm pretty good at math overall but I would like to know what I should put more effort into if I become an anesthesiologist. maths career-options

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Husseina’s Answer

Hi!
First, speak to a College Advisor of your choice of school so as to guide you through and also to ensure you’re on the right track.
By my understanding, An anesthesiologist degree plan can include one of several different undergraduate majors ( Biology
Chemistry, Health science
Physical science ) and continues with a medical degree. After taking anesthesiologist classes as part of medical school, student complete a residency program to prepare for professional certification.

Husseina Abba
M.Sc. Health Science International
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Husseina’s Answer

Hi!
First, speak to a College Advisor of your choice of school so as to guide you through and also to ensure you’re on the right track.
By my understanding, An anesthesiologist degree plan can include one of several different undergraduate majors ( Biology
Chemistry, Health science
Physical science ) and continues with a medical degree. After taking anesthesiologist classes as part of medical school, student complete a residency program to prepare for professional certification.

Husseina Abba
M.Sc. Health Science International
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sishir’s Answer

Basically algebra and trigonometry should be helpful in pursuing career in an anesthesiologist. Having immense knowledge on both of these will help to know calculus courses which are required to medical school admission.
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