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anaesthesia

(US), anesthesia
1. local or general loss of bodily sensation, esp of touch, as the result of nerve damage or other abnormality
2. loss of sensation, esp of pain, induced by drugs: called general anaesthesia when consciousness is lost and local anaesthesia when only a specific area of the body is involved
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[ClickPress, Thu May 09 2019] Future Market Insights offers a 10-year forecast of the global general anaesthesia drugs market between 2015 and 2025.
Recovery profile and side effects of remifentanil-based anaesthesia with desflurane or propofol for laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Gupta S, Naithani U, Brajesh SK, Pathania VS, Gupta A.Critical incident reporting in anaesthesia, A prospective internal audit.
The medical board decided that for saving the life of this patient with his consent total laryngectomy should be done under local anaesthesia.
The choice of anaesthesia and advantages of any one technique over another has been a subject of debate.
Propofol slows the activity of brain and nervous system and used as an injectable general anaesthetic surgery in veterinary and human medicine for the induction and maintenance of anaesthesia (Lou et al., 2015).
'My friend had a Caesarian section under general anaesthesia and she was awake and felt pain throughout.'
With Pharmacy Connect, real-time medication reconciliation features are available for anaesthesia and enhanced drug administration billing data.
Anaesthesia is a routine part of surgery, to keep you safe and comfortable before, during and after any surgical procedure.
Effect of site of injection on spread of spinal anaesthesia with hyperbaric bupivacaine.
Labial or lingual infiltration injections of a lidocaine solution alone are not effective for pulpal anesthesia in mandibular teeth17-19 but infiltrations may be effective if given as a supplement to the IANB, or alone when 4% articaine is used.20 The frequency of use of these alternative techniques for achieving mandibular anaesthesia is not known.