Anesthetist (noun)

A person who specializes in administering anesthesia and managing a patient's pain during medical procedures.

Origin:

Early 19th century, from french anesthésiste, from greek anesthēsis (insensibility), from an- (without) + esthēsis (feeling).

Examples:

  1. The anesthetist administered the anesthesia before the surgery.
  2. Anesthetists are responsible for monitoring the patient's vital signs during surgery.
  3. An anesthetist is a medical professional who specializes in administering anesthesia.
  4. The anesthetist will be in charge of managing the patient's pain during the procedure.
  5. Anesthetists work closely with surgeons to ensure a safe and comfortable surgery.
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