Registered Nurse Anesthetist Career

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As I near the end of my high school career, it is time to begin to really think about my future. Things that once seemed a lifetime away, now linger in my near future. Now is a time for many extensive decisions, which will lay out the life that I hope to have as an adult. I must consider in these days what college is the correct one for me, and what career path is correct for me. The stress that comes with picking out a future for yourself at a mere seventeen years old is immense. Although all the decisions I have on my plate are stressful, I would be lying if I said I was not excited for what is to come. I have known since a young age that I wanted to help people. I also have always known that I wanted to work somewhere in the medical field, I just never knew exactly which area. After doing much research, and talking to many people who work in the medical field, I decided that I want to eventually become Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). …show more content…
They administer every type of anesthetic, work in every type of practice setting and provide care for every type of operation or procedure – from open heart surgery to pain management programs”