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Anaesthesiologists are responsible for safely administering anaesthetics safely to patients in healthcare facilities, usually hospital and clinic facilities.  As an anaesthetics specialist, you will need to have technical, medical and surgical skills as well as crisis management skills and the ability to make decisions fast in high pressure, sometimes critical situations. You will also have to have an in-depth knowledge of how the human body functions, the effects of anaesthetics on the body and how it interacts with other drugs. Anaesthetists usually work as part of a team of other health professionals. They might also help patients to manage chronic pain. 
Cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons are heart specialists, who are medical doctors trained to treat abnormalities and diseases of the heart and cardiovascular system.  This is a very specialised field and their skills are in exceptionally high demand. 
Emergency medicine specialists work in emergency rooms or trauma centres and treat patients who need immediate care. These highly-trained doctors specialize in advanced cardiac life support, trauma care and management of other life-threatening conditions. Working as an emergency medical specialist is a high-pressure job that requires very specialised skills and quick decision-making capabilities. 
Gynaecologists and Obstetricians are specialists in female reproductive health. As a gynaecologist and obstetrician, you’ll need to be exceptionally knowledgeable and skilled in this field and be able to provide diagnosis and treatment of a range of diseases and problems relating to women’s health as well as providing preventative care and measures.  Providing care to women (and the foetus) during pregnancy and childbirth forms a large part of this profession. 
An orthodontist is a specialist that studies, treats and diagnoses malocclusions of the teeth. In other words, these doctors help fix things like the incorrect bite between the upper and lower teeth that might result from misshapen or mispositioned teeth or from disproportionate jaw relationships or from both. 
A Periodontist is a Dental Specialist who treats the supporting structures around the teeth like the gums, the roots and the bones around the oral area - and treats diseases of these structures. 
Prosthodontists are specialist dentists who are highly trained in both the replacement and restoration of teeth.  The biggest difference between a prosthodontist and a general dentist is that a prosthodontist deals with replacing teeth and restoring your oral health and function throughout your entire mouth. 
Psychiatrists are specialists in mental health issues. Unlike psychologists, psychiatrists are medical doctors who can prescribe medication.  They diagnose, assess, treat and prevent human mental, emotional and behavioural issues.  Psychiatrists often deal with very complex and chronic mental health cases.  
Surgeons are specialists in performing surgical operations. Besides General Surgery, there are many, many other specialisations you can pursue including: Paediatric Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Neurosurgery

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