preanesthetic


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pre•an•es•thet•ic

(priˌæn əsˈθɛt ɪk, ˌpri æn-)

n.
1. a substance that produces a preliminary or light anesthesia.
adj.
2. given prior to an anesthetic that induces total insensibility.
[1890–95]
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pre·an·es·thet·ic

n. preanestésico, agente preliminar que se administra con anticipación a la anestesia general.
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