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Word: anesthetic

Definition: substance that removes sensation with or without loss of consciousness; N. anesthesia

Sentences Containing 'anesthetic'

Clofedanol has local anesthetic and antihistamine properties, and may have anticholinergic effects at high doses.
Despite the potential for renal impairment when used at anesthetic doses, no significant adverse effects have been reported in the literature when it is used at the lower doses (up to 6 millileters) used for producing analgesia and sedation.
Dimethocaine (Larocaine) is a local anesthetic with stimulant properties that some studies have shown to be half the potency of cocaine.
Doctor Truman tells Conway his injury is severe but treatable, and prescribes him an anesthetic called Neurypnol TM.
Exposing pacemaker neurons to different levels of the anesthetic lidocaine alters the duration of the calls, but not the frequency.
For example, a frog sitting in an anesthetic solution would be sedated quickly, as the chemical diffuses through its skin.
However, sub-visser Taylor gave them an anesthetic so she couldn't grip to Tobias and fell to the floor.
In 1907, after two fatal anesthetic accidents, Ombrédanne created a prototype of an inhaler as a safe anesthetic device.
In many other uses to destroy larger lesions, a local anesthetic injection or regional nerve block is used.
Masticatory pain will not be arrested by a conventional mandibular local anesthetic block.
Multimodal monitors that simultaneously measure and display the relevant vital parameters are commonly integrated into the bedside monitors in critical care units, and the anesthetic machines in operating rooms.
The incision, which can be a done at a 90 degree angle from the vulva towards the anus or at an angle from the posterior end of the vulva (medio-lateral episiotomy), is performed under local anesthetic (pudendal anesthesia), and is sutured closed after delivery.
The lack of an ester linkage removes the local anesthetic action from the drug, so troparil is a pure stimulant.
The usual eye examination should be attempted, and may require a topical anesthetic in order to be tolerable.
They are used particularly in an operating theatre, where oxygen or explosive anesthetic gasses are used.
Traditional bunion surgery can be performed under local, spinal or general anesthetic.

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