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Adults need only a local anesthetic for the procedure, though a general anesthetic is needed for children.
The drugs are commonly used as the first anesthetic with which to put a patient to sleep for surgical or dental procedures.
The dentist may apply a topical anesthetic to numb the area before beginning the procedure.
In antiquity, the mandrake's root and berry were used widely as an anesthetic.
Thus the notion that there is a single molecular mechanism of action for all anesthetic agents is probably an oversimplification.
It's not the anesthetic humor that makes days go by easier, it's humor that heightens contradictions.
Spicy compound clears the way for an anesthetic to silence pain sensation.
The surgery takes about eight minutes and is performed using only anesthetic eye drops.
More surprising, they required less anesthetic during surgery.
The half-hour technique is done under local anesthetic.
And he stayed in the operating room until the anesthetic had taken effect.
Lidocaine, an anesthetic agent that traces its history back to cocaine from coca leaves.
Physicians numb the shoulder using local anesthetic and pop it back into place with a sharp jerking motion.
The patient takes a tranquilizer and the urethra is numbed with local anesthetic.
They are usually under huge amounts of medication and/or coming out of an anesthetic.
Until the anesthetic begins to work, you may feel fluid running down the back of your throat and have the need to cough or gag.
He did many painful injections of local anesthetic in the thumb.
The breathing tube was still fixed in his throat, the anesthetic still wearing off.
Allergic reactions to anesthetic agents are not common.
Procaine is a local anesthetic that is found in penicillin.
Because a local anesthetic is used, discomfort during the procedure is usually minimal.
Then he injected some local anesthetic into my eye with a thin needle.
Local anesthetic is injected into the skin over the area to be biopsied.
It's a procedure requiring general anesthetic so it's unnerving for the owner.
It is also used as a sedative hypnotic and a pre-anesthetic.
The treatment began when the anesthesiologist injected a muscle relaxant and a general anesthetic into the patient's arm.
The operation is generally done under general anesthetic and takes up to one-and-a-half hours.
It's an oddly disembodied sensation of traveling in a magic-realist bus, or coming around from an anesthetic.
Researchers gave each monkey a local anesthetic to temporarily block the function of the flexor nerves in its arm.
The molecules of an anesthetic gas can immobilize the electron, locking the protein and the microtubule uselessly in place.
But his heart stopped after his second dose of anesthetic, given to repair a torn suture.
Some surgeries can be done with local anesthetic, where you remain awake for the whole operation.
It is a surgical procedure done under anesthetic by a certified vet.
Laparoscopy normally requires a general anesthetic, although the patient can go home the same day.
The skin is cleansed, and a local anesthetic is injected to numb the skin.
She and others point out that non-human testing of anesthetic safety has an unreliable history.
Even when you're bitten, the anesthetic the bugs inject numb you to the fact that it is happening.
At the present, the investigators do not have the perfect anesthetic for mitochondrial patients.

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