One of the main functions of the Anesthesiologist is to safely guide the patient through the intra-operative period with both pre-and post-operative management being equally as important. The field demands a solid knowledge of physiology and pharmacology, as well as familiarity with surgical and medical principles. Anesthesiologists also are involved outside the operating room in the Labor Suite, Intensive Care Unit, and pain management. Both Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Management represent subspecialties of Anesthesiology with a high demand. Training may also be completed in areas such as neurologic, obstetric, cardiac, and pediatric anesthesia.
School Required Sub-I Category:
Medicine or Pediatrics Sub-I in any month including September
Department Required Courses:ANE300
Research in Anesthesia
To learn more about Penn's Department of Anesthesia, visit their website at: http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/dripps/education
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