anaesthetise


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I am not campaigning for doctors to anaesthetise all foetuses before abortions - that is not my field, and not all methods of abortion cause pain.
The inquest heard that the operation was cancelled as during Dr McGinley's attempts to anaesthetise Evie her breathing became laboured and then her heart rate fell.
Doctors decided to anaesthetise him to help stabilise his condition.
Due to the boy's deteriorating condition, the doctor decided to anaesthetise him at the scene with assistance from the ambulance crew and paramedics.
Instead of Berlin's preferred regimentation and uniformity, which anaesthetises the senses, Libeskind introduces granular texture and functions which complement and service each other in a jigsaw (and therefore more cohesive) pattern.