The narcosis has no relation to the stimulation but one of accidental sequence.
Ants show similar symptoms after narcosis by means of chloroform.
In the common form there are three stages, viz.:— Excitement; narcosis; Coma.
He sees already that it is not stimulus but narcosis which is ruining the drunkard.
For reasons above given, however, it is probable that in cases of narcosis some alcohol always escapes.
It is thus probable that no alcohol can be transformed after narcosis begins.
(·4 grain), in about two hours; there are fibrillar twitchings of single groups of muscles and narcosis.
The very air of the room was heavy with the narcosis of embarrassment.
It is contrary to all our present science to suppose that consumption can be prevented by narcosis.
But at last, the narcosis of cellular exhaustion completely overcame him and he slept.
narcosis nar·co·sis (när-kō'sĭs)
n. pl. nar·co·ses (-sēz)
General and nonspecific reversible depression of neuronal excitability, produced by a physical or chemical agent, usually resulting in stupor rather than in anesthesia.