Examining patients' histories for allergies or illnesses that would affect anesthesia. • Evaluating and preparing patients, providing education about surgery and recovery, and discussing the side effects of anesthesia with them. • Determining the amount and type of anesthesia needed for the patient and the best way to administer it. • Preparing and administering the proper dose of anesthesia. • Monitoring patients' vital signs and their dose of anesthesia during medical procedures. • Overseeing patients' safety during anesthesia recovery. • Evaluating patients' progress before, during, and after medical procedures. • Performing some administrative duties, such as ordering anesthesia, training new staff, and overseeing department finances.
• Degree in nursing
• A minimum of 2 years’ experience