Wisdom cannot be imparted to children by parents under an anaesthesia that averts pain and suffering.
In Boston a monument has been erected to the discoverer of anaesthesia.
anaesthesia--It is well known that hypnotism may be used to render subjects insensible to pain.
Rather than hurt her he found himself forced to the use of anaesthesia, which he hated.
Gradually he emerged from the misty regions of anaesthesia, and realized that he was on a stretcher, and being carried.
anaesthesia, in its present sense, is truly a modern discovery, which is to be credited to the United States.
Tiger had taken over the anaesthesia, keeping the patient under as light a dosage of medication as was possible.
They didn't cut huge slices out of my hide without benefit of anaesthesia.
Hysterical women in the primary stage of anaesthesia, sometimes imagine themselves the victims of assault.
Obstetric Memoirs and Contributions, including those on anaesthesia.
1721, "loss of feeling," Modern Latin, from Greek anaisthesia "want of feeling, lack of sensation (to pleasure or pain)," from an- "without" (see an- (1)) + aisthesis "feeling," from PIE root *au- "to perceive" (see audience). As "a procedure for the prevention of pain in surgical operations," from 1846.
anesthesia an·es·the·sia (ān'ĭs-thē'zhə)
Total or partial loss of sensation, especially tactile sensibility, induced by disease, injury, acupuncture, or an anesthetic.
Local or general insensibility to pain with or without the loss of consciousness, induced by an anesthetic.
Total or partial loss of sensation to touch or pain, caused by nerve injury or disease, or induced intentionally, especially by the administration of anesthetic drugs, to provide medical treatment. The first public use of ether to anesthetize a patient in Boston in 1846 initiated widespread acceptance of anesthetics in the Western world for surgical procedures and obstetrics. General anesthesia, administered as inhalation or intravenous agents, acts primarily on the brain, resulting in a temporary loss of consciousness. Regional or local anesthesia affects sensation in a specific anatomic area, and includes topical application of local anesthetics, blocking of peripheral nerves, spinal anesthesia, and epidural anesthesia, which is used commonly during childbirth.