Definition of Anaesthetised. Meaning of Anaesthetised. Synonyms of Anaesthetised

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- Anesthesia or anaesthesia (from Gr**** "without sensation") is a state of controlled, temporary loss of sensation or awareness that is induced for medical...
- either by a doctor or a surgeon. A patient may be fully conscious or anaesthetised during the procedure. Most often the term endoscopy is used to refer...
- legally controlled in most jurisdictions, but has veterinary uses for anaesthetising large animals. Carfentanil was sold starting in 1986 under the brand...
- was "Bowie's first tour for five years in which he had probably not anaesthetised himself with copious quantities of cocaine before taking the stage. ...
- Hospital in 1982. Insertion and ventilation using the laryngeal mask in 16 anaesthetised, paralysed female patients was successful, achieving a seal greater...
- It has been reported that MIH-affected teeth were more difficult to anaesthetise. Difficulty achieving anaesthesia in MIH-affected teeth may be caused...
- necessarily have self-awareness. In the cl****ic MSR test, an animal is anaesthetised and then marked (e.g., painted, or a sticker attached) on an area of...
- with surgical textbooks 50 years later still recommending leaving anaesthetised patients in a supine position. First aid organisations were similarly...
- carries are usually located in its salivary glands (used by mosquitoes to anaesthetise the host). Therefore, the parasites are transmitted directly into the...
- Iatrogenic damage and self-inflicted damage of anaesthetised tissues – soft tissues are also anaesthetised during infiltration. Patients are needed to be...
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