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anaesthetic

(US), anesthetic
a substance that causes anaesthesia
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Oral & Topical Anaesthetics Market: Drivers and Restraints Global Oral & Topical Anesthetics market is primarily driven by the increase in the incidences of dental associated problems and diseases.
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Minimal alveolar concentration has been used to measure the potency of inhalational anaesthetics. It is supposed that equiMAC concentrations of different anaesthetics have a similar potency in suppressing responses to painful stimuli.
When long acting local anaesthetics are used, this uncomfortable altered sensation can lead to self-harm.
The effect of warming local anaesthetics on pain of infiltration.
Our findings indicate that operating room personnel exhibit higher OS, which may be due to the oxidative effect of anaesthetics gases.
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".
This article pays tribute to the men and women who provided anaesthesia in the World War One battlefield hospitals and offers a brief overview of the impact and development of anaesthetics and the role of medical personnel with the soldier as the patient.
While anaesthetics help patients undergo critical surgery, they could also lead to long-term cognitive impairment such as memory loss, new research confirms.
Indeed, this method exhibits LOD and LOQ values at least 2 magnitude orders lower than those previously reported [19-21] for similar volatile anaesthetics. This is probably due to the synergism of a well-optimized SPME procedure and GC/SIM-MS analysis.
This article summarises the Australian national anaesthesia mortality data from 1985-2008, previously published in eight consecutive triennial reports and covering an estimated 50 million anaesthetics. The data were obtained using consistent definitions and methodology over a 24-year period.
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."