aesthesia


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Synonyms for aesthesia

mental responsiveness and awareness

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The 67th session of the Regional Committee discussed some of the important issues related to the region such as "Covering every birth and death: improving civil registration and vital statistics", 'traditional medicine', 'strengthening emergency and essential surgical care and an aesthesia as a component of universal health coverage', 'viral hepatitis' and 'regional strategy on strengthening health workforce education and training' .
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To reduce the risk of missing a high-grade recurrence after an initial induction course of BCG, restaging should be performed under aesthesia in all T1Hg bladder cancer patients after immunotherapy.
Dr Brian Tehan, clinical director for surgery and an aesthesia in the central division of North Wales NHS Trust, said: "When we have reviewed notes for clinical audits, if there has been a complaint or litigation, we have found that it can be very difficult, if not impossible, to identify the person who is responsible for an entry in the notes.
IF Hippocrates is the father of modern medicine then Liverpool-born Professor T Cecil Gray must be considered one of the fathers of modern an aesthesia.
Long E aesthesia (capacity for feeling and sensation) Long I metempsychosize, cyanicide, cytosine (in DNA) Long O adipocellulose, biocoenosis, monopsychosis