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question about prelim for anes

Discussion in 'ERAS, SOAP, and NRMP Match' started by wallflower, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. wallflower

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    hi. i was just wondering, can one go thru a peds or IM categorical program for 1 year then use that as prelim for anes? just wondering. or do prelims for anes have to be real prelim programs?
     
  2. me454555

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    As far as I know you can use any prelim year for anesthesia. The only thing I'd make sure of is that they give you 2 months of ICU training. The new accrediation rules want you to have 4 months of ICU in your residency and a lot of programs like you to get 2 done during your intern year and the other 2 during your residency. Before applying though, you should really check w/a PD or 2 b/c ultimately they have the final say.
     

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