anaesthetic


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Synonyms for anaesthetic

painkiller

pain-killing

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relating to or producing insensibility

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characterized by insensibility

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Occupational exposure to anaesthetic gases may result in adverse health effects in operating room personnel.
The effect of warming local anaesthetics on pain of infiltration.
Many RNs have completed the graduate certificate of anaesthetic technology through AUT.
All anaesthetic injections were administered by a single operator who was not involved in assessing the outcome.
Many people are frightened of having a general anaesthetic too.
While anaesthetics help patients undergo critical surgery, they could also lead to long-term cognitive impairment such as memory loss, new research confirms.
Anaesthetic Assistant: An overarching term used to describe the anaesthetic assistant role.
Each triennial report collated data collected by Australian state anaesthetic mortality committees.
Like the snake bite, the secretion contains a natural anaesthetic to paralyse the victim so the pest can be dragged out of the hive.
The panel heard how Collins then deliberately disposed of the gauze he used to administer the anaesthetic drug and the contents of the anaesthetic drug bottle after he had promised to keep the items for the trust's investigation.
The amide group of local anaesthetic agents include: bupivacaine, L-bupivacaine, lidocaine, ropivacaine, prilocaine, dibucaine, etidocaine and mepivacaine.
com) and sent by email to 50 anaesthetic and 50 acute medical trainees in January 2011.
A NURSE groped groggy female patients as they came round from anaesthetic in a North East hospital, a court heard.
ANAESTHESIA means a loss of sensation and this can be achieved by inducing a deep sleep (General Anaesthetic) or by numbing part of the body with local anaesthetic (Regional Anaesthetic).
HUNDREDS of Liverpool children are having teeth removed under general anaesthetic every month.