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How to Become Nurse Anesthesiologist

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As a nurse, you could work in a variety of fields within the hospital. In this health care field, you could work in different medicine fields, like research and patient care. If you want, you could even specialize in a specific healthcare field.

One area you could look into studying to become a nurse anesthesiologist. In this position, you would be required to assist patients with undergoing surgery procedures by providing them with medications that will put them to sleep safely and effectively. The medication is also made to numb the body, so that the patient doesn't feel anything while asleep during surgery. Throughout the surgery, the nurse anesthesiologist will have to monitor the breathing and respiratory of the patient. If this sounds like a position you would like to pursue, you will have to train for many years.

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Step One: The first thing you will need to do is apply for a nursing program. This will get you one foot in the door to becoming a nurse anesthesiologist. One of the best fields to enter into first is registered nursing. To become an RN, you will have to complete two to four years of training in a nursing school or college. Once you obtain a four year degree, it will be a lot easier to get admitted into a program for nurse anesthesiologists.

Step Two: The next step is to complete the undergraduate coursework. You will have to study areas like pharmacology, human anatomy and biochemistry.

Step Three: Now, you will need to finish a term of clinical education. This means you will have to spend at least a semester working in a nursing home or hospital setting.

Step Four: Once you graduate from school, you will have to take and pass the licensing exam. After passing, you will have to work full-time in the field.

Step Five: Now, you can apply at a nursing anesthesiologist program. These classes usually take between two to three years to complete.
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