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anaesthetic

(US), anesthetic
a substance that causes anaesthesia
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Isoflurane is the gas that we use to maintain an anaesthetic after the anaesthetic has been induced.
Vet Peter Wright works at Skeldale Veterinary Centre, the original James Herriot practice in Thirsk, North Yorkshire, and he's also star of TV's The Yorkshire Vet Q How old is "too old" to worry about your dog being put under anaesthetic for an operation?
The company said the MADM is the first digital anaesthetic vaporizer In-circuit anaesthesia delivery device that can be added to any anaesthetic machine.
Smith, "Blood loss during first trimester termination of pregnancy: comparison of two anaesthetic techniques," British Journal of Anaesthesia, vol.
The Minimum Alveolar Concentration (MAC) of an inhaled anaesthetic at 1 atmosphere prevents movement in 50% of patients to skin incision and is used to quantify inhaled anaesthetic potency.
On further enquiry into history, it was noted that the child bit the swelling following local anaesthetic administration for four to five hours as her lip felt swollen and numb.
Warming the local anaesthetic agent to body temperature or up to 40C to 54.4C (104F-130F) has been found to be a simple, practical and inexpensive option for reduction of paindue to local anaesthetic infiltration.2Sultan in 1997 after a reviewof a total of 758 papers published to study the impact of warming the local anesthetic, selected 11 studies that presented the best evidence, and concluded that warming significantly decreases the pain on injection.3Hogan et al.4in 2011published the results of a systematic review and metaanalysis based on 18 studies with 831 patients.
Objectives: To investigate the effects of occupational exposure to anaesthetic gases on myeloperoxidase activity, oxidative and antioxidative parameters in operating room personnel.
I AM responding to the article "Ensuring anaesthetic nurses get a fair deal", published in Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand's October issue (p25).
Complications related to IANB injection include transient facial paralysis, trismus, local anaesthetic injected into blood vessel, self-inflicted trauma, damage to sphenomandibular ligament and pterygomandibular space infection.