a person who administers , usually a specially trained doctor or nurse.
It may be necessary, especially in the case of children, for the little patients to become familiar with the anesthetist.
Psychotherapy James J. Walsh
My mental note-taking continued as the anesthetist worked over me with the ether.
“And they thought we wouldn’t fight” Floyd Gibbons
(in the US) a person qualified to administer anaesthesia, often a nurse or someone other than a physician Compare anesthesiologist
alternative spelling of anaesthetist (q.v.). See ae.
anesthetist a·nes·the·tist (ə-něs’thĭ-tĭst)
A person trained to administer anesthetics.
. Historical Examples As very strong currents are required for this latter, the patient has first to be anaesthetized by a general anaesthetic. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 3 Various You were anaesthetized and some ray machine was used to heal the shoulder. Astounding Stories of Super-Science, August 1930 Various They seemed to […]
anagen anagen an·a·gen (ān’ə-jěn’) n. The growth phase of the hair cycle during which new hair is formed.
Biology. the progressive evolution of a species. Compare . Physiology. the regeneration of tissue.
Biology. the progressive evolution of a species. Compare . Physiology. the regeneration of tissue. Historical Examples The rôle of the anagenetic energies is to raise the inferior energies to their own level by assimilating inorganic substances. Creative Evolution Henri Bergson