- a physician who specializes in anesthesiology.
Origin of anesthesiologist
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Examples from the Web for anesthesiologist
Dr. Garg arrived to confirm the procedure and ask if I had any questions, and the anesthesiologist ordered a painkiller.
Michael Jackson traveled with an anesthesiologist during his mid-1990s tour.America's New Drug Addiction
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The anesthesiologist told me that he did still have a heartbeat.
I believe Jackie Hunt—yes—she was, I believe she was the anesthesiologist who came.
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Word Origin and History for anesthesiologist
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