anesthesia

listen to the pronunciation of anesthesia
İngilizce - Türkçe
anestezi

Ona anestezi yapılmıştır. - He was put under anesthesia.

Genel anesteziden korkarım. - I'm afraid of general anesthesia.

duyum yitimi
(Anatomi) his iptali; anestezi
{i} uyuşturma
{i} duyu yitimi
{i} uyuşma
{i} hissizlik
{i} duyumsuzlaşma
anesthesia awareness
(Tıp, İlaç) Anestezi altında farkındalık; yetersiz anestezi altında iken yapılan işlemleri hisseteme ve daha sonra hatırlama
anaesthesia
duyum yitimi
anaesthesia
ağrıkesici
inhalation anesthesia
(Tıp) inhalasyon anestezi
acupuncture anesthesia
akupunktur anestezi
anaesthesia
anestezi
caudal anesthesia
kaudal anestezi
epidural anesthesia
epidural anestezi
general anesthesia
genel anestezi
infiltration anesthesia
infiltrasyon anestezisi
inhalation anesthesia
inhalasyon anestezisi
intravenous anesthesia
intravenöz anestezi
nerve block anesthesia
sinir bloğu anestezisi
regional anesthesia
bölgesel anestezi
sacral anesthesia
sakral anestezi
spinal anesthesia
spinal anestezi
surface anesthesia
yüzeyel anestezi
anaesthesia
{i} hissizlik
anaesthesia
{i} uyuşma
anaesthesia
{i} uyuşturma
anaesthesia
{i} duyu yitimi
anaesthesia
{i} duyumsuzlaşma
anaesthesia
i., İng., bak. anesthesia
balanced anesthesia
(Tıp) dengeli anestezi
basis anesthesia
(Tıp) başlangıç narkozu
come out of anesthesia
(Tıp) anesteziden çıkmak
coming anesthesia
(Tıp) corning anestezisi
conduction anesthesia
(Tıp) iletim anestezisi
dental anesthesia
(Diş Hekimliği,Tıp) diş anestezisi
glove anesthesia
(Tıp) elde hissizlik
glove anesthesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) eldiven uyuşukluğu
local anesthesia
lokal anestezi
will i need local anesthesia
lokal anestezi mi olacağım
Türkçe - Türkçe
His iptali, duyum yitimi, anestezi
İngilizce - İngilizce
The loss or prevention of pain, as caused by anesthesia
A method of preventing sensation, used to eliminate pain
Loss of sensation or feeling
Drugs that a person gets before and during surgery so he or she will not feel pain Anesthesia should always be given by a doctor or a specially trained nurse
The loss of normal sensation or feeling
lack of normal sensation, especially the awareness of pain, which may be brought on by anesthetic drugs General anesthesia causes loss of consciousness; local or regional anesthesia causes loss of feeling only to a specified area
a drug-induced (anesthetic) decreased sensitivity to pain
medication administered for the relief of pain and sensation during surgery
medication that reduces feeling, such as pain; general anesthesia produces a sleep-like state; regional anesthesia numbs a specific body region
Drugs or gases given before and during surgery so the patient won't feel pain The patient may be awake or asleep
Loss of sensation of a body part; or of the body when induced by the administration of a drug
loss of bodily sensation with or without loss of consciousness
Loss of feeling or awareness Local anesthesia causes loss of feeling in a part of the body General anesthesia puts the person to sleep
Absence of all sensation
Absence of any sensation in response to stimulation that would normally be painful or nonpainful
The loss of sensation, primarily to pain, often accompanied by the loss of consciousness
Medical procedure that puts you to sleep so that you won't move during the operation or feel any pain
Loss of sensation resulting from pharmacologic depression of nerve function or from neurological dysfunction
Standard cataract surgery anesthetic is a local anesthetic that blocks the optic nerve The anesthesia is administered by injection and is painless The patient is awake during surgery but may be sedated
Total or partial loss of sensation, especially tactile sensibility, induced by pharmaceutical agent, disease process, injury, or acupuncture
Say: ah-ness-the-sya No, it's not the name of a princess in a Disney movie, even though it may sound like one! Anesthesia is actually medicine that doctors give kids to make them feel comfortable when they're having surgery, stitches, or other things that might cause pain Anesthesia is cool because it helps kids fall asleep for a little bit so the doctors can fix something A doctor can give you anesthesia with a shot or by letting you breathe a special kind of air You might feel kind of funny when this happens, but don't worry, it won't hurt, and you'll be back to normal in no time!
the loss of feeling or sensation as a result of medications or gases General anesthesia causes loss of consciousness Local or regional anesthesia numbs only a certain area
Loss of feeling or sensation resulting from the use of certain drugs or gases
- medication given before transplant surgery which causes a temporary loss of sensation and consciousness
A medication or other agent is used to cause a loss of feeling For general Anesthesia, a gas or intravenous medication is used to make the mother unconscious during cesarean birth For Spinal Anesthesia, a drug is injected into the lower spinal area to numb waist down for cesarean birth For Epidural Anesthesia, a drug is given through a fine tube inserted in the mother’s lower back to numb the vaginal area and the lower abdomen for both vaginal and cesarean birth
-A combination of medicines given to you before and during an operation or procedure so you don 't feel pain and won 't be aware of the operation while it is happening
– The partial or complete loss of sensation with or without loss of consciousness
Same as Anæsthesia, Anæsthetic
see anaesthesia. the usual American spelling of anaesthesia (anaisthesia, from aisthesis )
Anæsthesia of both sides of the lower half of the body
Loss of power to distinguish heat or cold by touch
{i} (Pathology) lack of feeling, loss of sensation (caused by disease); (Medicine) localized or general reduction of sensitivity to pain (through drugs)
anesthesia awareness
(Tıp, İlaç) Anesthesia awareness, or "unintended intra-operative awareness" occurs during general anesthesia, when a patient has not had enough general anesthetic or analgesic to prevent consciousness and the recall of events
anaesthesia
The loss or prevention of pain, as caused by anesthesia
anaesthesia
{i} (Pathology) lack of feeling, loss of sensation (caused by disease); (Medicine) localized or general reduction of sensitivity to pain (through drugs)
anaesthesia
absence of pain sensation; numbing a tooth is local anaesthesia; with general anaesthesia the patient is unconscious
anaesthesia
A dangerous time for people with sleep apnoea The anaesthetic drugs, pre-medication sedatives and post operative pain relief drugs can all worsen sleep apnoea If you are on nasal APNOEA (ap-nee-ah) A pause in breathing; conventionally more than 10 seconds From the Greek a (without) pnoea (breath)
anaesthesia
A method of preventing sensation, used to eliminate pain
anaesthesia
drug to block off any pain impulses from the nerves
anaesthesia
loss of bodily sensation with or without loss of consciousness
anaesthesia
(anestesia, anestesia html) • Anaesthetical Techniques in Ophthalmic Surgery [0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
anaesthesia
an·aes·the·sia in AM and sometimes in BRIT, use anesthesia Anaesthesia is the use of anaesthetics in medicine and surgery
caudal anesthesia
regional anesthesia resulting from injection of an anesthetic into the caudal end of the spinal canal; now largely replaced by epidural anesthesia
conduction anesthesia
anesthesia of an area supplied by a nerve; produced by an anesthetic agent applied to the nerve
epidural anesthesia
Anesthesia produced by the injection of a local anesthetic into the epidural space of the lumbar or sacral region of the spine, inducing regional anesthesia from the abdomen or pelvis downward and used especially to control pain during childbirth
epidural anesthesia
regional anesthesia resulting from injection of an anesthetic into the epidural space of the spinal cord; sensation is lost in the abdominal and genital and pelvic areas; used in childbirth and gynecological surgery
general anesthesia
Anesthesia characterized by unconsciousness, muscle relaxation, and loss of sensation over the entire body, and resulting from the administration of a general anesthetic
general anesthesia
chemically induced unconscious state in order to perform medical procedures (as opposed to local anesthesia where the patient remains conscious)
general anesthesia
a state of total unconsciousness resulting from anesthetic drugs (as for a major surgical operation)
glove anesthesia
a mental disorder involving loss of sensitivity in the hand and wrist; "since no combination of nerves serve this area a glove anesthesia is clearly psychogenic in origin
inhalation anesthesia
general anesthesia achieved by administration of an inhalation anesthetic
local anesthesia
Anesthesia characterized by the loss of sensation only in the area of the body where an anesthetic drug is applied or injected
local anesthesia
anesthesia confined to a particular place on the body
local anesthesia
loss of sensation in a small area of the body (as when a local anesthetic is injected for a tooth extraction)
nausea anesthesia
Loss of the sensation of nausea, usually resulting from stimulation by noxious or disgusting substances
regional anesthesia
Anesthesia characterized by the loss of sensation in a circumscribed region of the body, produced by the application of a regional anesthetic, usually by injection
regional anesthesia
loss of sensation in a region of the body produced by application of an anesthetic agent to all the nerves supplying that region (as when an epidural anesthetic is administered to the pelvic region during childbirth)
saddle block anesthesia
the parts of a patient's body that would touch a saddle if the patient were sitting in one are anesthetized by injecting a local anesthetic into the spinal cord
spinal anesthesia
numbing of the spinal chord
spinal anesthesia
Partial or complete anesthesia produced by injecting an anesthetic into the spinal canal
spinal anesthesia
anesthesia of the lower half of the body; caused by injury to the spinal cord or by injecting an anesthetic beneath the arachnoid membrane that surrounds the spinal cord
topical anesthesia
Superficial loss of sensation in the mucous membranes or the skin, produced by direct application of a local anesthetic. Also called surface analgesia
topical anesthesia
loss of sensation confined to the skin or mucous surfaces (as when benzocaine or lidocaine is applied to the surface)
anesthesia