anesthetic depth n.
The degree to which the central nervous system is depressed by a general anesthetic agent, depending on the potency of the anesthetic and the concentration in which it is administered.
- Anesthetic gas
anesthetic gas anesthetic gas n. A gaseous compound capable of producing general anesthesia upon inhalation. Historical Examples The same applies to using any anesthetic gas or drug to render him unconscious. Anything You Can Do … Gordon Randall Garrett
- Anesthetic index
anesthetic index anesthetic index n. The ratio of the number of units of anesthetic required to induce anesthesia to the number of units of anesthetic required to produce respiratory or cardiovascular failure.
- Anesthetic leprosy
anesthetic leprosy anesthetic leprosy n. Leprosy chiefly affecting the nerves and characterized by heightened then suppressed sensation, and by paralysis, ulceration, and various trophic disturbances, often resulting in gangrene and disfigurement. Also called trophoneurotic leprosy.
to render physically insensible, as by an . Contemporary Examples They acquired the tools to accomplish the deed, including a stun gun and the chemical means to anesthetize their victims. The Cannibal Cop’s Social Network: Are More Plotting Attacks on Women? David Freedlander April 18, 2013 v. alternative spelling of anaesthetize (q.v.). See ae. anesthetize […]