general anaesthesia


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Noun1.general anaesthesia - a state of total unconsciousness resulting from anesthetic drugs (as for a major surgical operation)
anaesthesia, anesthesia - loss of bodily sensation with or without loss of consciousness
inhalation anesthesia - general anesthesia achieved by administration of an inhalation anesthetic
twilight sleep - a state of general anesthesia in which the person retains a slight degree of consciousness; can be induced by injection of scopolamine or morphine
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Summary: MRRSE Market Insights offers a 10-year forecast of the global general anaesthesia drugs market between 2015 and 2025.
[USA], Apr 19 (ANI): Ever wondered how general anaesthesia works?
PESHAWAR -- A 67 years old larynx cancer patient came to Khyber Teaching Hospital ENT OPD with respiratory distress and history of heart attack myocardial infarction and was not fit for general anaesthesia but the surgery was life-saving for him.
LAHORE -- A government hospital has carried out a successful surgery of a cancer patient without general anaesthesia for the first time, showing the positive changes towards treatment facilities and technologies in Pakistan.
LAHORE: A government hospital has carried out a successful surgery of a cancer patient without general anaesthesia for the first time, showing the positive changes towards treatment facilities and technologies inPakistan.
The Hummingbird device is the only product that has received US FDA clearance for conscious sedation, providing the paediatric healthcare community with an alternative to general anaesthesia for ear tube procedures.
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Studies (10, 11) showed that neuraxial blocks are related with decreased stress response to surgical trauma, and they are better alternatives in comparison with general anaesthesia in regard to oxidative stress.
Patients in group B received general anaesthesia (Propofol + succinylcholine + isoflurane) and cognitive impairement of patient was assessed by Psychiatrist via MMSE before ECT and after 2 weeks of ECT.
This study evaluated the differences in dental conditions and treatment modalities between disabled and non-cooperative healthy children under general anaesthesia. The data were collected from paediatric patients between 3 and 15 years of age who received dental treatment under general anaesthesia.

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