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general anaesthetic

a drug producing anaesthesia of the entire body, with loss of consciousness
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Local and general anesthetic agents are commonly used in pregnancy, especially for epidural or combined spinal epidural analgesia at delivery.
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Now, scientists chipping away at the anatomical details have discovered that two of today's most common general anesthetics produce their sedative effects by triggering the brain's sleep circuits.
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It has been more than 140 years since general anesthetics made their debut in traveling ether shows and the parlors of wealthy folk who took long drags of laughing gas (nitrous oxide) for recreation.

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