anesthetic


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lacking passion and emotion

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relating to or producing insensibility

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characterized by insensibility

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Using the BIS value to guide administration of anesthetic medication, in conjunction with other vital signs, allows clinicians to make better-informed decisions to achieve optimal anesthesia.
AstraZeneca will grant Abraxis BioScience the right of first offer to purchase or license its branded anesthetics and analgesics portfolio outside of the U.
Anesthetics appear to calm most brain neurons, says neuropharmacologist and anesthesiologist Hugh Hemmings Jr.
Moreover, when used for surgery, nitrous oxide is always combined with other general anesthetic agents.
Patients were randomized to 1 of 3 groups: local anesthetic, local anesthetic plus hypnosis, and local anesthetic plus attention.
The advisory does not mention any reports of adverse events associated with the use of topical anesthetics in this context, but refers to a February 2007 FDA advisory that described two young women who died after applying a topical anesthetic to their legs after laser hair removal--and to a recently published study that evaluated the effect of lidocaine in relieving discomfort during mammograms (Radiology 2008;248:765-72).
FDA is concerned about the serious public health risks related to compounded topical anesthetic creams.
Intended to serve as a quick resource for information about the pharmacology of drugs encountered during anesthesia and to the physiologic responses that impact anesthetics, this guide covers inhaled anesthetics, opiod agonists and antagonists, barbituates, local anesthetics, neuromuscular blocking drugs, digitalis and related drugs, calcium channel blockers, and anti-hypertensive drugs, among others, as well as cell structure and function, body fluids, autonomic nervous systems, pain, acid-base balance, and metabolism, among other topics.
The Fisheries Research Agency (FRA) has developed a prototype of new fish anesthetic.
Officials at the University of Fukui Hospital said they suspect the 29-year-old doctor died of anesthetic overdose after injecting the substance herself trying to relieve her exhaustion.
1) They observed significant hemodynamic changes that were associated with the delivery of the topical anesthetic, the passage of the endoscope through the larynx, and suctioning.
Patients like Samantha understand surgeons may have to resort to general anesthetic at any time during an operation.
Can anesthetic gases cause multiple sclerosis (MS)?
In addition to asking whether the hospital provided electroconvulsive therapy, the questionnaire asked who provided anesthetic services, where ECT facilities and equipment were located, where actual therapy was provided, and the preferred location for ECT.
A recent study reported in Obstetrics and Gynecology involved 84 healthy women with uncomplicated deliveries, one-third of whom received a continuous fixed amount of anesthetic from a preprogrammed pump.