anesthetic

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Englisch - Türkisch
uyuşturucu

Uyuşturucu etkisi altında bilincini kaybetti. - He lost consciousness under the influence of the anesthetic.

anestezik
duyumsuzlaştırıcı
{i} uyuşturucu ilaç
eter
kloroform vb gibi hissi iptal eden ilâç
{i} anestetik
{i} anestetik ilaç
i., s. anestezik
anaesthetic
uyuşturucu ilaç
general anesthetic
genel anestezik
local anesthetic
lokal anestezi
anaesthetic
anestetik

Sana lokal anestetik vereceğim. - I'll give you a local anaesthetic.

Nitrous oksit'in uzun bir zaman önce anestetik olarak kullanımı durdu. - Nitrous oxide stopped being used as an anaesthetic a long time ago.

anaesthetic
analjezik
anaesthetic
anestetik ilaç
anaesthetic
{s} uyuşturucu
anaesthetic
anestezik
anaesthetic
i., s., İng., bak. anesthetic
boyle's anesthetic machine
(Tıp) Kloroform, eter, nitröz oksit ve oksijenle kullanılabilen anestezi aygıtı
general anesthetic
genel anestetik,genel anestezik
local anesthetic
lokal anastezik
Englisch - Englisch
Causing the reduction of pain sensitivity
A substance administered to reduce the perception of pain or to induce numbness. An anesthetic may or may not render the recipient unconscious, depending upon the type used

During premedication, the anesthetist may give a patient drugs that make him or her feel relaxed and drowsy before the actual general anesthetic is administered.

pertaining to or producing loss of sensation
Chemical that causes a total or partial loss of sensation Overexposure to anesthetics can cause impaired judgment, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, unconsciousness, and even death
A chemical that causes a total or partial loss of sensation Overexposure to anesthetics can cause impaired judgment, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, unconsciousness and even death Examples include alcohol, paint remover and degreasers
Agent pertinent to partial or complete loss of sensation, with or without the loss of consciousness
An agent that causes temporary loss of sensation/feeling
n Any drug that causes unconsciousness or a loss of general sensation
a drug that is administered to you by a doctor, that puts you or a particular part of your body to sleep so that you do not feel pain during medical procedures
A class of drugs that eliminates or reduces pain See local anesthetic
An agent that causes loss of sensation with or without the loss of consciousness
a drug that causes temporary loss of bodily sensations
Relieves pain
A drug that is administered before surgery to cause numbness or loss of feeling in part (local) or all (general) of the body
a substance that induces numbness or sleepiness; medically, it is used to block the normal pain of surgery
Affects nervous system and nerve function due to its ability to produces a loss of ability to perceive pain, touch or other sensations
drugs that cause the loss of feeling or sensation
characterized by insensibility; "the young girls are in a state of possession--blind and deaf and anesthetic"; "an anesthetic state"
An agent or agents that produce regional anesthesia (certain part of the body) or general anesthesia (loss of consciousness)
drug used to abolish the sensation of pain
A drug used to temporarily reduce or stop pain sensation
A substance used to abolish sensation
– A medicine that temporarily produces the loss of ability to perceive pain and/or other sensations A general anesthetic acts on the entire body to produce this effect, while a local anesthetic acts on just a specific area of the body
A chemical that causes a total or partial loss of sensation Overexposure to anesthetics can cause impaired judgement, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, unconsciousness, and even death Examples include alcohol, paint remover, and degreasers
{i} substance which reduces sensitivity to pain (i.e. ether or halothane)
see anaesthetic. the usual American spelling of anaesthetic. Agent that produces a local or general loss of sensation, including pain, and therefore is useful in surgery and dentistry. General anesthesia induces loss of consciousness, most often using hydrocarbons (e.g., cyclopropane, ethylene); halogenated (see halogen) hydrocarbons (e.g., chloroform, ethyl chloride, trichloroethylene); ethers (e.g., ethyl ether or vinyl ether); or other compounds, such as tribromoethanol, nitrous oxide, or barbiturates. Local anesthesia induces loss of sensation in one area of the body by blocking nerve conduction (see nervous system, neuron), usually with alkaloids such as cocaine or synthetic substitutes (e.g., lidocaine). See also anesthesiology
{s} (Medicine) serving to reduce the ability to feel pain, of or pertaining to reducing sensitivity to pain (of drugs); (Pathology) causing lack of feeling (of a disease)
Same as Anæsthesia, Anæsthetic
A substance utilized by professional anesthesia providers such as anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists to reduce the pain of a patient and/or to render the patient unconscious
anesthetic(a)
characterized by insensibility; "the young girls are in a state of possession--blind and deaf and anesthetic"; "an anesthetic state
anaesthetic
A substance that causes reversible loss of sensation or loss of consciousness; used to perform surgery without pain
anaesthetic
Of, relating to, or causing anaesthesia
general anesthetic
An anesthetic that causes loss of sensation to the whole body
local anesthetic
An anesthetic that causes loss of sensation only to the area to which it is applied

He used a local anaesthetic called something or other snow, which froze the tissue and avoided pain until the probe, the scalpel or the forceps got below the frozen portion.

anaesthetic
a drug that causes temporary loss of bodily sensations
anaesthetic
{i} substance which reduces sensitivity to pain (i.e. ether or halothane)
anaesthetic
characterized by insensibility; "the young girls are in a state of possession--blind and deaf and anesthetic"; "an anesthetic state"
anaesthetic
A drug used to numb an area of the body (local anaesthetic) or to put you to sleep for a while (general anaesthetic)
anaesthetic
{s} (Medicine) serving to reduce the ability to feel pain, of or pertaining to reducing sensitivity to pain (of drugs); (Pathology) causing lack of feeling (of a disease)
anaesthetic
drug or gas used to render animal unconscious
anaesthetic
an·aes·thet·ic anaesthetics in AM and sometimes in BRIT, use anesthetic Anaesthetic is a substance that doctors use to stop you feeling pain during an operation, either in the whole of your body when you are unconscious, or in a part of your body when you are awake. The operation is carried out under a general anaesthetic. a drug that stops you feeling pain under anaesthetic
anaesthetic
A drug or drugs given to produce unconsciousness before and during surgery
anaesthetics
plural of anaesthetic
anesthetics
plural of anesthetic
anesthetics
drugs that cause loss of sensation to pain or awareness
anesthetics
Drugs that eliminate the sensation of pain
anesthetics
(an-es-THET-iks): Substances that cause loss of feeling or awareness Local anesthetics cause loss of feeling in a part of the body General anesthetics put the person to sleep
general anesthetic
an anesthetic that anesthetizes entire body and causes loss of consciousness
general anesthetic
Any of various anesthetic drugs, usually administered by inhalation or intravenous injection, that produce general anesthesia
inhalation anesthetic
a gas that produces general anesthesia when inhaled
intravenous anesthetic
an anesthetic that produces anesthesia when injected into the circulatory system
local anesthetic
anesthetic that numbs a local area of the body
local anesthetic
An anesthetic drug that induces local anesthesia by inhibiting nerve excitation or conduction
local anesthetic
anesthetic that numbs a specific area of the body
regional anesthetic
Any of various anesthetic drugs, usually administered by local injection, that produce regional anesthesia
spinal anesthetic
an anesthetic that is injected into the spine
topical anesthetic
Any of various drugs that are applied directly to the surface of a part of the body and produce topical anesthesia
anesthetic
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