Anesthesiology Overview

An anesthesiologist is trained to provide pain relief and maintenance or restoration of a stable condition during and immediately following an operation or an obstetric or diagnostic procedure. The anesthesiologist assesses the risk of the patient undergoing surgery and optimizes the patient's condition prior to, during, and after surgery. In addition to these management responsibilities, the anesthesiologist provides medical management and consultation in pain management and critical care medicine. Anesthesiologists diagnose and treat acute, long-standing, and cancer pain problems; critical illnesses; and severe injuries. They also direct resuscitation in the care of patients with cardiac or respiratory emergencies, including the need for artificial ventilation, as well as supervise post anesthesia recovery.1

1 The American Board of Medical Specialties. Guide to Physician Specialties. Evanston, IL: American Board of Medical Specialties; February 2008.

Anesthesiology Faculty Advisors

Carin MascettiCMascetti@llu.edu
Dr. Kristen BandyKBandy@llu.edu
Harmony CarterHFCarter@llu.edu
Ryan LauerRLauer@llu.edu
Michelle WoodfinMWoodfin@llu.edu

Pain Management Faculty Advisors

Hata, JustinJHata@llu.edu
Scott StrumSRStrum@llu.edu

Anesthesia Interest Group

President: Jaron Yang

Vice President: Andrew Hong

Secretary: Ana Jacinto

Treasurer: Sany Rajagukguk

AIG Rep: 

4th Year Rep: Daniel Real

3rd Year Rep: Elizabeth Hughes

2nd Year Rep:

1st Year Rep:

Faculty Advisor: