BAOJ Anesthesiology

BAOJ Anesthesiology deals with the science of anesthetics, which is the primary concern of an anesthetist. As the field of anesthesiology witnesses new developments, the domain has evolved from simple to complex, and crucial for the success of surgical procedures. The importance of anesthesiology finds itself in the coordinated and multidisciplinary role of anesthesiologists at each stage of patient care.

Anesthesiologists work along with other members of the surgical team for evaluation, consultation, airway management, life support, pain control and management, and diagnostic stabilization. Anesthesiologists work in the in-hospital and pre-hospital environments. They also play a crucial role during intensive care, acute pain management and chronic pain consulting. Practicing anesthesiologists, nurses and support staff specializing in anesthetics can submit their findings and case studies for peer review and publication at BAOJ Anesthesiology.

Anesthesiologists include physicians, registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) or anesthesiologist assistants (AAs), anesthesia care teams, nurses and support staff. Trainee anesthetists support the practicing anesthesiologists, and also participate in diverse environments, that include evaluation, consultation, airway management, life support, pain control and management, and diagnostic stabilization.

Most of the anesthesiologists are also physicians, who have extensive knowledge of physiology, pharmacology and diseases. As they play an integral and important role in patient care, their contribution to patient's safety and well being is primary. By sharing their experiences as reviews and case studies at BAOJ Anesthesiology, they can readily contribute to better patient care and development of anesthesiology, globally.

Anesthetists are trained in all aspects of anesthesia that includes ECG and pulmonary function testing, critical care and pain medicine as well as palliative care medicine. The training includes rotations serving in the operating theatre to perform anesthesia on a variety of patients being treated by every kind of surgical sub-specialty (i.e. general surgery, neurosurgery or invasive urological and gynecological procedures), followed by a rotation through various intensive-care units.

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