Recent Examples of anesthesiologist from the Web
Shore voters also have backed Rep. Andy Harris — an anesthesiologist ardently opposed to the law — with resounding margins.
The bride’s father, an anesthesiologist, retired as a partner in Anesthesia Associates of Wisconsin, a group practice in Milwaukee.
While the hospitals charge for room and board as well as equipment and drugs, the surgeons, anesthesiologists and other medical professionals who treat gunshot victims in emergency rooms across the city typically bill separately.
Now, some surgeons and anesthesiologists are trying to squeeze opioids out of the operating room.
A practicing anesthesiologist, Adams was appointed Indiana Health Commissioner by then-governor Mike Pence in October 2014.
Among the passengers seeking money is an anesthesiologist who suffered a shoulder injury and can no longer perform her job.
The surgeons, anesthesiologists and OB-GYNs carefully performed an emergency delivery and, at the end of it all, Kira had a healthy baby boy.
The procedure was covered but the anesthesiologist was not.
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ANESTHESIOLOGIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of anesthesiologist for English Language Learners
medical : a doctor who specializes in anesthesia and anesthetics
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