Anesthesiology (noun)

The medical specialty concerned with the administration of anesthetics and the management of pain.

Origin:

New latin, from an- + greek -esthesiology (as in anesthesia).

Examples:

  1. Anesthesiology is a critical field in modern medicine, allowing for safe and effective surgical procedures.
  2. Anesthesiologists are responsible for ensuring that patients remain comfortable and pain-free during surgical procedures.
  3. The field of anesthesiology has advanced significantly in recent years, with the development of new anesthetic drugs and techniques.
  4. Anesthesiology requires extensive education and training, including both medical school and a residency in the field.
  5. The role of anesthesiologists has become increasingly complex, as they are now responsible for managing a variety of medical conditions in addition to providing anesthesia.
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