alexa Abstract | Social Conditions and Compromises done by Anesthesiologists in India.

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Contrary to the situation in United States, where in the profession of Anaesthesiology as a speciality is highly paid and one of the prestigious clinical attachments, Indian Anesthesiologists present a dismayed picture. In India the Anesthesiologists are known to the common man as a band of paramedical people. A survey conducted in a medical college about patients awareness about anaesthesiologists revealed, the patients are not even are aware of the fact that Anesthesiologists are doctors. From a surgeon’s perspective, anaesthesiologist is someone who is available cheaply, can be liberally ill-treated misbehaved and is the only person at his disposal to serve as an outlet to his frustrations, so that he can leave home with a fresh and healthy mind. The point of abiding the surgeon is nothing new concept in India, but this has been repeatedly reinforced in the mind and hearts of the budding anaesthesiology residents thoroughly by their veteran teachers, who they believe to be pioneers of Indian anaesthesiology. It seems they give them a dictum “ To serve and make the surgeon happy is the ultimate goal and in our business the surgeon is the king, who makes our both ends meet, if he is happy we exist and if he is angry , we perish”.

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Author(s): DrSandeep Kumar Kar


anaesthesiologist, veteran teachers, Medical Education Programme., anaesthesiologist, veteran teachers, Medical Education Programme.

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