anaerogenic an·aer·o·gen·ic (ān’ə-rō-gěn’ĭk, ān’â-rō-)
Producing no gas.
. Medicine/Medical. general or local insensibility, as to pain and other sensation, induced by certain interventions or drugs to permit the performance of surgery or other painful procedures. Pathology. general loss of the senses of feeling, as pain, heat, cold, touch, and other less common varieties of sensation. Psychiatry. absence of sensation due to psychological […]
. the science of administering . noun the US name for anaesthetics noun the US name for anaesthetics n. 1908, from anaesthesia + -ology. Anesthesiology. This is the new term adopted by the University of Illinois defining “the science that treats of the means and methods of producing in man or animal various degrees of […]
. a physician who specializes in . noun the US name for anaesthetics noun the US name for anaesthetist Compare anesthetist n. 1943, American English, from anaesthesiology + -ist. n. alternative spelling of anaesthesiologist (q.v.). See ae. n. 1908, from anaesthesia + -ology. Anesthesiology. This is the new term adopted by the University of Illinois […]
. a substance that produces , as halothane, procaine, or ether. pertaining to or causing physical insensibility: an anesthetic gas. physically insensitive: Halothane is used to produce an anesthetic state. Historical Examples Apparently the atmosphere of the great shops had acted on Carlotta like an anaesthetic. The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne William J. Locke I […]