Agent that produces anesthesia
Injected just outside the dura in the epidural space
lacking vigor or firmness; flabby
insertion of endotracheal tube
muscular twitching involving contiguous groups of muscle fibers
A registered nurse who has taken a two-year course in anesthesiology and is certified to administer anesthetics and work under supervision of the anesthesiologist
person who assists the anesthesiologist
involves cooling of a part or the entire body
decrease of or insensibility to pain
injection in and around main nerve trunk at a site between operative side and entry of nerve into spinal cord causing blockage of painful stimuli to the brain
Intravenous injection of local anesthetic to an extremity below level of tourniquet
used in topical procedures such as removal of warts and noninvasive surface lesions
the absence of essentially all sensation
Drug that counteracts the action of something else
Local infiltration block
Used for dental work, minor surgery or excisions of small lesions
a part of the body is insensitive to pain; caused by and interruption of the sensory nerve pathways that supply the area
used for surgery on lower portion of the body; injected between 3rd and 4th, or 4th and 5th lumbar vertebrae
Agent that prevents or relieves nausea and vomiting
removal of endotracheal tube
a medical physician who is specialist in the field of anesthesiology
Directly applied to mucous membrane to produce insensibility to the nerve endings
Limited to one place
Unconscious state due to narcotics
Injected into spinal nerves as they emerge through the epidural space
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