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anaesthetic

(US), anesthetic
a substance that causes anaesthesia
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In addition, the MADM can be added to any ventilator -- even flow through ventilators or self-inflating bags to turn them into anesthetic delivery machines; to deliver inhalation anaesthesia in the operating room, intensive care unit, emergency department and even in the field during military operations or disasters; as well as used with an anaesthetic reflector to improve the efficiency of anaesthetic delivery by an order of magnitude.
Conclusions: Operating room personnel exhibited higher oxidative stress, which may be due to the oxidative effect of anaesthetic gases.
Warming the local anaesthetic agent to body temperature or up to 40C to 54.
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.
TOP anti-ageing expert Lesley Reynolds, from the Harley Street Clinic, said: "It's little wonder that Sherrie now wants to have her facelift procedure carried out under a local anaesthetic.
The likelihood of a patient experiencing cognitive impairment depends on their age, health, type of surgery and the anaesthetic, with chances increasing when more intricate procedures are carried out, the researchers noted.
Under the direction of the Joint Communication Statement from the Medical Sciences Council of New Zealand and the Nursing Council of New Zealand (2012) the Perioperative Nurses College of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation has agreed to develop a definition and competencies/ skills/standards for anaesthetic nurses
The percentage of anaesthesia-related deaths considered non-preventable (no correctable anaesthetic factor identified) increased from about 4% in the 1991-1993 triennium to about 50% in the 2006-2008 triennium.
SCIENTISTS have discovered that honeybees can bite as well as sting - and that the bite contains a natural anaesthetic which could be harnessed for human medicine.
Raymond Collins, an operating department practitioner, has been removed from the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) register for giving himself an anaesthetic whist working for City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust.
The introduction of cocaine in 1884 as a local anaesthetic agent started an entire new era in medicine.