anaesthetic


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painkiller

pain-killing

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relating to or producing insensibility

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characterized by insensibility

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The inquest heard that Mrs Clarke died from a rare and unusual post-operative adverse reaction to an agent used during anaesthetic or surgery.
The top anaesthetist, who works at Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, said: "I'd carry a donor card if I knew someone was going to give anaesthetic.
Chirocaine, its long-acting local anaesthetic is close to market.
This means that even with this low rate, there may still be 12 or more deaths from a primary anaesthetic cause in Australia each year and many hundred worldwide.
Nurses who work in anaesthetic nursing can continue to be registered with the Nursing Council and perform an anaesthetic nursing role.
He denies those allegations, and part of his defence will be that if any complainant genuinely believed she was indecently touched it is not because she was but because she was suffering from hallucinations caused by the after effects of the general anaesthetic.
Regional anaesthesia could also be suitable for patients who are not well enough to undergo a general anaesthetic.
Ryan and Nielsen suggest some "simple, knowledge-based decisions" that anaesthesiologists can follow to minimize their environmental impact unless there are medical reasons to use it and avoiding unnecessarily high anaesthetic flow rates, especially with desflurane.
It is not necessary to give an anaesthetic to a patient who is having their organs removed.
Darren died of a heart attack after being given a fatal dose of general anaesthetic while having a a tooth taken out.
Its use by dentists outside hospital has fallen since the mid-1960s but some patients still demand it, rather than local anaesthetic injections.
And yesterday it was revealed health experts had called for an overhaul of the clinic's anaesthetic service which cost Darren Denholm his life last week.
Chiroscience Group plc and Abbott Laboratories announced today that the companies have signed a licensing agreement for Chiroscience's long-acting local anaesthetic Chirocaine(R) (levobupivacaine).