anesthetic

removes any sensation of pain

anesthetic

[n] - a drug that causes temporary loss of bodily sensations
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anesthetic

Substance which produces loss of feeling or sensation: general anesthetic produces loss of consciousness; local or regional anesthetic renders a specific area insensible to pain.
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Anesthetic

A substance that decreases nerve sensitivity to pain. Examples: nitrous oxide, Peppermint.
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Anesthetic

a compound that reduces the ability to perceive pain; used in surgery to block pain
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Anesthetic

Anesthetic: A substance that causes lack of feeling or awareness. A local anesthetic causes loss of feeling in a part of the body. A general anesthetic puts the person to sleep. Common Misspellings: anaesthetic
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anesthetic

A drug that causes unconsciousness or a loss of general sensation. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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anesthetic

anaesthetic noun a drug that causes temporary loss of bodily sensations
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anesthetic

(an″әs-thet´ik) pertaining to, characterized by, or producing anesthesia. a drug or agent used to abolish the sensation of pain, to achieve adequate muscle relaxation during surgery, to calm fear and allay anxiety, and to produce amnesia for the event. inhalational anesthet...
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Anesthetic

• (a.) Same as Anaesthesia, Anaesthetic.
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anesthetic

agent which produces a local or general loss of sensation, including pain. General anesthesia involves loss of consciousness, usually for the purpose ... [23 related articles]
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anesthetic

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′es-thet′ik Definitions: 1. A compound that reversibly depresses neuronal function, which produces loss of ability to perceive pain and/or other sensations. 2. Collective designation for anesthetizing agents administered to a person at a particular time. 3. Characterized by loss of sensation or capable of pro...
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Anesthetic

A class of drugs that eliminates or reduces pain. See local anesthetic.
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ANESTHETIC

medication that reduces pain by dulling sensation
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Anesthetic

A medication that can be given by injection or as a topical ointment over the skin. The medicine causes a loss of pain sensation in one particular area of the body. Common anesthetics that are used during childbirth include an epidural, which allows the patient to remain alert throughout labor and delivery, or general anesthesia which puts the pa.....
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Anesthetic

A drug which a doctor or dentist uses to put you, your mouth, or some other part of your body asleep so you do not feel any pain during dental or medical procedures.
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anesthetic

A drug or other substance that causes a loss of feeling or awareness. Local anesthetics cause a loss of feeling in one small area of the body. Regional anesthetics cause a loss of feeling in a part of the body, such as an arm or leg. General anesthetics cause a loss of feeling and a complete loss of awareness that feels like a very deep sleep.
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Anesthetic

An anesthetic (American) (or anaesthetic, (British English) see spelling differences) is a drug that causes anesthesia—reversible loss of sensation. Anesthetics contrast with analgesics (painkillers), which relieve pain without eliminating sensation. These drugs are generally administered to facilitate surgery. A wide variety of drugs are used i...
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Anesthetic

A medication that produces a loss of sensation, either partially or completely.
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Anesthetic

A class of drugs that eliminates or reduces pain. See local anesthetic.
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Anesthetic

A class of drugs that eliminates or reduces pain. See local anesthetic.
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Anesthetic

A substance that causes loss of sensation.
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Anesthetic

An agent that causes temporary loss of sensation/feeling.
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