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conscious sedation

n.
Sedation involving the administration of anesthesia without loss of consciousness, used to minimize pain and anxiety in a patient undergoing a minor surgical or diagnostic procedure.
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All patients in the study were treated via the transfemoral access route with the majority under conscious sedation.
In paediatric cases your dentist might recommend a pharmacological approach, which means using conscious sedation techniques that will make your dentist perform the procedure comfortably.
Thanks to the patience and guidance of the team of dentists at Queensway Dental, through the conscious sedation service, she was able to undergo vital dental work needed to give Sarah her smile back.
The various drugs used to produce conscious sedation are; Benzodiazepines (Diazepam, midazolam), Barbiturates (Pentobarbital, Methohexital), Histamine blockers (Promethazine), Opioid agonists (Meperidine, fentanyl) and other drugs like Ketamine and Propofol.
All the cleft lips repairs in adult were carried out under local anaesthesia with conscious sedation.
The concerns raised by the CQC related to poor governance arrangements, giving rise to concerns relating to the lack of assurance in MSI, in areas such as consent and safeguarding, and the lack of assurance in relation to training and competence in conscious sedation and general anaesthesia.
Accutron designs and manufactures analgesia conscious sedation equipment and accessories for dental practitioners.
2 When these methods do not work, children often are treated with conscious sedation through administration of nitrous oxide inhalation.
Comparison of dexmedetomidine and sufentanil for conscious sedation in patients undergoing awake fibreoptic nasotracheal intubation: A prospective, randomised and controlled clinical trial.
Stone removal via ureteroscopy usually requires an operating theatre and general anesthetic, in contrast to ESWL, which is typically performed under conscious sedation.
New sections in this volume include recent requirements regarding conscious sedation, otime outso, informed consent, and workplace safety.
Anesthesia was provided by intravenous conscious sedation and paracervical blocks.