Administer anesthesia, monitor a patient's vital signs, and oversee their recovery after surgery.
Nurse Anesthetists administer anesthesia, monitor a patient's vital signs, and oversee their recovery from anesthesia after surgery. They may assist anesthesiologists, surgeons, or dentists. They must be Registered Nurses who have specialized training.
|Wages||$101.63 per hour on average|
|Outlook||The outlook is Excellent|
|Education & Training||Graduate degree (any type) is needed for entry.|
|Related Programs (Current training programs available)|
|On the Job||
|Career Pathways||Therapeutic Services|
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