painkilling


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pain·kill·er

 (pān′kĭl′ər)
n.
An agent, such as an analgesic drug, that relieves pain.

pain′kill′ing adj.

painkilling

(ˈpeɪnˌkɪlɪŋ)
adj
(Medicine) of or relating to a drug or method of reducing or eliminating pain
Translations

painkilling

[ˈpeɪnˌkɪlɪŋ] ADJ [drug] → analgésico
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Given the lady's injury, was it not possible simply to send a paramedic, give a strong painkilling injection and take the lady to hospital in a van or the back of a rear-opening car?
Painkilling injections were required to help him get through the 80 minutes - a damaged wrist doesn't help when you're one of the side's most effective tacklers
The dad, 39, of Dromore West, Co Sligo, told the inquest that minutes after his wife was given a painkilling injection following a row between doctors, "chaos" erupted and medical staff rushed around in a panic.
The race is being organised jointly by the painkilling ointment Tiger Balm and the foundation.
Kyle Walker has been receiving painkilling injections for a pelvic problem and the England manager is not prepared to take him to Brazil if the issue is not totally resolved.
Vettori, who is struggling through his T20 Big Bash contract in Australia with a worsening back injury that required three painkilling injections recently, faces a crunch meeting with New Zealand coach Mike Hesson and captain Brendon McCullum at the end of this month to discuss his international future.
LOUIS Oosthuizen will miss golf's Alfred Dunhill Championship next week at Leopard Creek after having painkilling injections in his back.
PC Matthew Jones told the hearing at Caernarfon he found several blister packs of painkilling tablets and empty alcohol bottles in the area.
He said: "I'll need painkilling injections for the next two or three weeks then hopefully everything will be healed.
It is proven to cut recovery times from both elective and urgent surgery, and reduces the level of painkilling drugs, such as morphine.
The Food Standards Agency has confirmed that "very low levels" of the painkilling medicine used on horses and other animals, known as bute, were detected in the corned beef.
I completed the course in two hours 39 minutes but only last week was having a painkilling injection in my knee to get me round the course as I have cartlidge problem.