One last question: how did The Times obtain that data on Iranian anesthetic stockpiles?
But did Murray provide Jackson with a dangerous level of anesthetic that caused his death?
And I have to have whiskey because alcohol is both an antiseptic and an anesthetic.
Nitrous oxide, otherwise known as laughing gas, gives one an exhilarating feeling while operating as an anesthetic.
The instruments should be prepared and ready before the anesthetic is given, regardless of the form of anesthesia employed.
But before she goes under the anesthetic she wants to see you.
Tropacocaine may replace cocaine in every case as an anesthetic.
The stomach must be empty before administering the anesthetic.
The finding of the matches was like an anesthetic to the agony of the clamp on his leg.
Before the Operation the patient must be made ready to take the anesthetic.
anesthetic an·es·thet·ic (ān'ĭs-thět'ĭk)
An agent that reversibly depresses neuronal function, producing total or partial loss of sensation. adj.
Characterized by the loss of sensation.
Capable of producing a loss of sensation.
Associated with or due to the state of anesthesia.