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As a Nurse Anesthetist, you administer anesthesia during surgical, therapeutic, diagnostic, and obstetric procedures, perform epidural, spinal, or nerve blocks, provide care before, during, and after anesthesia, examine patients’ medical histories for allergies or illnesses to ensure safe provision of pain management, discuss any contraindications or side effects of anesthesia with patients and monitor vital signs during medical procedures. You provide anesthetics to patients in a wide range of settings, from operation theaters to trauma care and obstetrical delivery rooms. Depending on the setting and your specialty area, you may work in collaboration with surgeons, podiatrists, obstetricians, and other medical professionals.
As a Nurse Anesthetist, you have completed basic education necessary to become a registered nurse. You have at least one-year work experience as an RN in an acute care setting, after completing a 2 to 3-year nurse anesthetist graduate program. You have completed approximately 2,500 clinical hours and administered 850 anesthetics before obtaining your certification. Your knowledge of medicine and aesthetic applications is a vital requirement in this role. You are skilled at observation, problem-solving, communication, and have great interpersonal skills.
When interviewing, be prepared to highlight your knowledge, skills, and aptitude. You will be responsible for patients' lives in this role and employers will want to make 100% sure that you are the right candidate for the job. Have references available to leave with the interviewer that can speak to your work ethic and work history.