- n. Plural form of anaesthetic.
“The interns will now do three core terms in medicine, surgery and emergency, as well as three electives in areas such as anaesthetics, renal, paediatrics, orthopaedics, obstetrics and gynaecology and rehabilitation," he said.”
“Huang kun-huei, chairman of the Tgaiwan Solidarity Union, described ECFA as "anaesthetics" aimed at hijacking Taiwan's economy.”
“Some medical specialities - such as anaesthetics and radiology - are facing crisis because the highe ...”
“In the 10th century, in Andalusia, Al-Zahrawi devised the forceps, speculum and bonesaw, pioneered inhalant anaesthetics in the form of sponges soaked with cannabis and opium, and even described the first syringe.”
“I never drew the cork till six months afterward, in a lonely camp, where, without anaesthetics, a doctor was compelled to operate on a man.”
“I served as assistant while he probed and cleansed the passages made by the bullets, and I saw the two men endure his crude surgery without anaesthetics and with no more to uphold them than a stiff tumbler of whisky.”
“Last month the European Commission imposed Europe-wide restrictions on exports of key anaesthetics used to kill prisoners in the US.Nicholl said that the aim was to debunk the myth that the method of execution was medically approved.”
“I've had four operations in the past seven years, and I'm extremely grateful for anaesthetics that work and surgeons who know what they're doing.”
“Research is an expensive business, but none of us now would begrudge the amount of money spent to develop the things we take for granted (antibiotics, vaccines, painkillers, anaesthetics).”
“Then King would probe or lance or bandage as he saw fit, using anaesthetics when he must, but managing mostly without them.”
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