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anaesthetic

(US), anesthetic
a substance that causes anaesthesia
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6 reviewed impact of volatile anaesthetics, such as isoflurane and sevoflurane, on OS and inflammation.
The effect of warming local anaesthetics on pain of infiltration.
Many senior ATs, when they were training, remember comments from their nursing colleagues that the junior nurse was placed in anaesthetics because it was "an easy role and they didn't need to do anything".
While anaesthetics help patients undergo critical surgery, they could also lead to long-term cognitive impairment such as memory loss, new research confirms.
There is a shortage of anaesthetic technicians and a large number of surgical cases requiring general anaesthetics are being cancelled due to lack of anaesthetic technicians.
Anaesthesia-related mortality in Australia fell from about 1:36,000 anaesthetics in the 1985-1987 triennium to about 1:55,000 for the most recently reported 2006-2008 triennium.
Secondly, the discovery of a highly effective natural anaesthetic with huge potential will be of great interest to the pharmaceutical industry eager to develop better local anaesthetics.
After systemic absorption these ion channel blocking effects of local anaesthetics are extended to the organ systems and toxicity may follow.
Medically performed lumbar punctures are often used to confirm a diagnosis (meningitis, subarachnoid haemorrhage) whilst lumbar puncture performed by anaesthetists are usually a precedent to the injection of local anaesthetics into cerebrospinal fluid for spinal anaesthesia.
The 57-year-old denies four charges of sexual assault and one of assault by penetration and claims the anaesthetics given to the women made them hallucinate or dream the things they said happened to them.