Why Become Anesthesiologist

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Everything what I remember from my childhood was playing the detective or the nurse. I was never playing with dolls like the most of the girls. Growing up I realize that being an anesthesiologist is not only putting the patient to sleep, but also to help the patient to not experience pain. My aunt is a dentist assistant and because my mom was at work almost all day I grew up with my aunt. She was always telling me stories from her job. I was always excited to hear the end when my aunt, was helping the patient relax and to be prepared for the dental operation. When I was twelve I went with her to the dentist. I was thrilled when I saw the way she focused on the patient before applying the anesthesia and the way she was so precise with the amount she was applying. All the people were dressed in scrubs, very good to work in a place like that. As I grew up I realize that a biology degree opens a lot of doors. I have the opportunity to choose between many …show more content…

The most important reason why I belong to this field is because ever since a child I always wanted to make a positive influence in peoples lives. As I was growing up and visited my mother hometown it has greatly influenced my desire to care for people such as to make people not experience pain. All throughout my life, I see all different kinds of people in poverty, may it be infants, children, elderly people and even disabled people. When my mother was pregnant there was no hospital, not even a nurse, my mother had me without anesthesia. She suffered through pain just like my aunts did, during labor. When I would visit Mexico I always wanted to help pregnant mothers or teens, yet I didn 't know how since I was just a child. These experiences have made me more aware of the situation that is still going happening and now that I am more mature, I know that I could put my part to help the situation. Becoming an anesthesilogist wouldn 't get rid of the pain; however, it would at least help some people who are

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