Someof the injured were being detained right after they awoke from anesthesia.
It had been 30 minutes since his surgery, and the man was still in the grips of anesthesia.
"I told him that the sleep you get with anesthesia is not real sleep, not restful sleep," Quinn testified.
Jose numbed her skin with cream and anesthesia before injecting eight “huge” needles into her rear.
The procedure, anesthesia, and a checkup two weeks after total up to 550 dollars.
The instruments should be prepared and ready before the anesthetic is given, regardless of the form of anesthesia employed.
anesthesia from it sets in more rapidly and lasts longer than with cocaine.
Cotton Process Ether contains no components which do not occur in other anesthesia ethers.
They've been mighty good to us—but do you remember the anesthesia?
A master surgeon, an expert on anesthesia—a thousand years ahead of his time.
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.