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also a·naes·the·tize (ə-nĕs′thĭ-tīz′)
tr.v. a·nes·the·tized, a·nes·the·tiz·ing, a·nes·the·tiz·es also a·naes·the·tized or a·naes·the·tiz·ing or a·naes·the·tiz·es
To induce anesthesia in.

a·nes′the·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Electric pulses then drove the particles into wounds in anesthetized pigs.
A research team led by Robert Sapolsky, a neuroscientist at Stanford University, injuected a seizure-causing substance into anesthetized rats.
This same removal of latent heat has been observed in anesthetized patients.
Middlebrooks and his coworkers measured the electrical responses of 67 auditory neurons in eight anesthetized cats.
The hamsters were anesthetized, chilled and completely blood substituted with modified forms of Hextend, BioTime's proprietary physiologically balanced plasma volume expander currently used in the US to treat blood volume loss during surgery.
The surgeon slips one into a slit cut into the anesthetized throat and then gets the recipient to sound out the alphabet.
This new feature adds a monitoring parameter to the M Series device that is extremely important for the treatment and transfer of critically ill and anesthetized patients.
He and his colleagues observe these junctions intact in anesthetized mice.
While both procedures utilize the same technology, during an animal MRI, the animal must be anesthetized to keep it immobile.
The team shines a beam of near-IR light onto the head of an anesthetized gerbil.
These advantages are especially important in light of new standards adopted by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) that require capnography monitoring for patients who are anesthetized in areas outside the operating room.
Objective--To determine the effects of recumbency on air sac volume, lung volume, and lung densities in CT images of healthy, conscious, and anesthetized spontaneously breathing Humboldt penguins (Spheniscus humboldti).