anesthesiologist

noun
an·​es·​the·​si·​ol·​o·​gist | \ ˌa-nəs-ˌthē-zē-ˈä-lə-jist How to pronounce anesthesiologist (audio) \
plural anesthesiologists

Definition of anesthesiologist

: anesthetist specifically : a physician specializing in anesthesiology

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One ad notes that Atrium's switch means starting July 1 a new group of anesthesiologists will come into operating rooms having never worked together. Deon Roberts, charlotteobserver, "Group seeks court order to stop Atrium from using new anesthesiologists July 1 | Charlotte Observer," 14 May 2018 The anesthesiologist, his hand on my shoulder, told me to count back from 10. Serena Daniari, Allure, "The Complicated Process of Undergoing Facial-Feminization Surgery, and Why I Did It," 23 Mar. 2019 Scope's hires are highly skilled anesthesiologists from across the country who are an average of about 51 years old and have 17 years of experience, Wherry said. Deon Roberts, charlotteobserver, "Atrium nears big change with its anesthesiologists. Here's what patients should expect," 19 June 2018 An anesthesiologist will be called in ASAP and you’ll usually be given general anesthesia, which knocks you out. Korin Miller, SELF, "Here’s What An Emergency C-Section Actually Is," 9 Aug. 2018 Jun Michael Park for Vox Trauma centers argue that these fees are necessary to train and maintain a full roster of trauma doctors, from surgeons to anesthesiologists, keeping them on-call and able to respond to medical emergencies at all times. Jenny Gold, Vox, "A baby was treated with a nap and a bottle of formula. His parents received an $18,000 bill.," 20 July 2018 Read More Atrium nears big change with its anesthesiologists. Deon Roberts, charlotteobserver, "The extent of anesthesiology layoffs at Atrium hospitals is detailed for first time," 3 July 2018 The groom’s father, who was also an anesthesiologist, worked at Massachusetts General in Boston and was a Navy lieutenant who served in the medical corps in Honolulu during World War II. New York Times, "Rebecca Fortgang, Gordon Kraft-Todd," 17 June 2018 Skinner wants to be a pediatric surgeon, Sharrieff aims to be a biomedical engineer, and Snell hopes to be an anesthesiologist. Perry Stein, chicagotribune.com, "Three black teens are finalists in a NASA competition. Then hackers spewing racism tried to ruin their odds.," 3 May 2018

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First Known Use of anesthesiologist

1922, in the meaning defined above

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anesthesiologist

noun

English Language Learners Definition of anesthesiologist

US, medical : a doctor who specializes in anesthesia and anesthetics

anesthesiologist

noun
an·​es·​the·​si·​ol·​o·​gist
variants: or chiefly British anaesthesiologist \ ˌan-​əs-​ˌthē-​zē-​ˈäl-​ə-​jəst How to pronounce anaesthesiologist (audio) \

Medical Definition of anesthesiologist

: anesthetist specifically : a physician specializing in anesthesiology

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