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Is being an anesthesiologist hard?

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Veny’s Answer

Anesthesiology is certainly one of the most stressful medical disciplines, daily exposing physicians to high responsibilities and stressful situations such as the management of life-threatening scenarios. Also becoming an anesthesiologist is a rigorous process. Prospective anesthesiologists must hone their science, math, and critical thinking skills through medical school, clinical rotations and residencies.

Volunteering in health care and shadowing an anesthesiologist will help you learn more about this career and enhance your medical school application.
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Teresa’s Answer

Yes, it takes a lot of schooling and the job entails a large amount of stress.
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Sharmila’s Answer

You have to get an MD degree first and then specialize in anesthesia. It is a long process but rewarding. So we are talking, undergrad, med school, residency, approximately 10-12 years after high school. Please look into being a nurse anesthetist. It is probably shorter.
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