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Anesthesia in English
(Pathology) lack of feeling, loss of sensation (caused by disease); (Medicine) localized or general reduction of sensitivity to pain (through drugs)

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Anesthesia in Greek
αναισθησία

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Anesthesia in Chinese (s)
麻醉; 麻木

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Anesthesia in Chinese (t)
麻醉; 麻木

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Anesthesia in Arabic
فقدان الحس, الخدار فقدان الحس, خدار, تحذير, خدر, تبنيج

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Anesthesia in Spanish
anestesia

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Anesthesia in Russian
анестезия, обезболивание

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Anesthesia in Dutch
algemene (of plaatselijke) verdoving; gevoelloosheid

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Anesthesia in Portuguese
(Patologia) falta ou perda de sensibilidade; (Medicina) anestesia

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Anesthesia in Turkish
anestezi, duyu yitimi, uyuşturma, hissizlik, duyumsuzlaşma, uyuşma

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Anesthesia in Italian
anestesia (assenza di sensibilità al dolore indotta da farmaci)

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Anesthesia in French
anesthésie (opération); absence de sensation

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Anesthesia in German
Narkose, Betäubung; Taubheit

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Anesthesia in Japanese
無感覚; 感覚麻痺(病理学); (医学)麻酔

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Anesthesia in Hebrew
הרדמה, אלחוש; העדר תחושה

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Anesthesia in Korean
무감각 (병리학); (의학) 마취; 일시적인 무감각

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Anesthesia in Swedish
känsellöshet; anestesi; bedövning

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Anesthesia in English
Anesthesia [from Greek anaisthesia no feeling] Want of feeling; a condition of total or partial insensibility, particularly to touch. The many classical references to anesthetics indicate that the ancients knew much about the subject that has not been rediscovered. Blavatsky refers to the sacred beverage used by the hierophants in ceremonies to free the astral soul from the bonds of matter, so that the inner man might rise to the level of spirit (IU 2:117, 1:540).
Surgical patients suffering from fright and fear before or during the induction of an anesthetic take it with more difficulty, and feel more aftereffects, than those who meet it without anxiety. The first stage of general anesthesia, usually not unpleasant, ends with the loss of physical consciousness. Then begins the second, or stage of struggling more or less vigorously, evidently due to the automatic reaction of the physical body, from which its conscious astral soul is being dissociated. In the third stage, the muscles relax and the disturbed heart and lungs settle down to regular rhythm, controlled by the sympathetic nervous system, as in a deep, dreamless sleep. The self-conscious ego, thus withdrawing from its ordinary state of being, enters more or less deeply into the subjective realm of its inner life. It is in a state of what has been called, paradoxically, conscious unconsciousness. The danger here is that the soul may become so far separated from its body that it does not come back again, and then death results.
However insensible the person is of externals, he is conscious in some part of his composite nature, just as each principle of his being has its own range of awareness after death. Some people have brought back a more or less clear memory of a state of being transcending anything they had ever imagined on earth. Their first feeling is one of a delicious peace and liberation; then comes a mental clearness with majestic visions of perfect truth, and a realization of a self-existent "I" as a part of a universal whole. The spiritually-minded person may attain to an instant and complete buddhi-manasic vision of "things as they are." Such a one, at the moment of recovery, is often vividly sensible of being aroused from a state of superior existence, but is unable to recall what it was. Again, any gleams of knowledge that do survive the transit may be misinterpreted by the brain-mind from its preconceived philosophical or religious ideas. The average person, however, brings back little if any remembrance of his experience.
The anesthetized person may also be conscious of standing aside or looking down upon his own body under operation, and retains a vague memory of the out-of-body experience. See also SOMA


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Loss of sensation in a certain part of the body or throughout the body

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anesthesia
\an`es*the"si*a\ (&?;), n., anesthetic \an`es*thet"ic\ (&?;), a. same as an?sthesia, an?sthetic.

  similar words(4) 

 topical anesthesia 
 regional anesthesia 
 local anesthesia 
 inhalation anesthesia 

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Anesthesia, or anaesthesia (from Greek , an-, "without"; and , aisthesis, "sensation"), traditionally meant the condition of having (including the feeling of pain) blocked or temporarily taken away. It is a pharmacologically induced and reversible state of amnesia, analgesia, loss of responsiveness, loss of skeletal muscle reflexes, decreased stress response, or all of these simultaneously. These effects can be obtained from a single drug which alone provides the correct combination of effects, or occasionally a combination of drugs (such as hypnotics, sedatives, paralytics and analgesics) to achieve very specific combinations of results. This allows patients to undergo surgery and other procedures without the distress and pain they would otherwise experience. An alternative definition is a "reversible lack of awareness", including a total lack of awareness (e.g. a general anesthetic) or a lack of awareness of a part of the body such as a spinal anesthetic. The pre-existing word anesthesia was suggested by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. in 1846 as a word to use to describe this state.

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[an-es-THEE-zha]
Drugs or substances that cause loss of feeling or awareness. Local anesthetics cause loss of feeling in a part of the body. General anesthetics put the person to sleep. 

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Noun
1. loss of bodily sensation with or without loss of consciousness
(synonym) anaesthesia
(hypernym) physiological state, physiological condition
(hyponym) cryoanesthesia, cryoanaesthesia


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US = ANAESTHESIA
anaesthesia or US noun
loss of the feeling of pain
epidural anaesthesia = local anaesthesia (used in childbirth) in which anaesthetic is injected into the space between the vertebral canal and the dura mater
general anaesthesia = loss of feeling and loss of consciousness
local anaesthesia = loss of feeling in a certain part of the body
spinal anaesthesia = local anaesthesia in which an anaesthetic is injected into the cerebrospinal fluid



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a drug-induced (anesthetic) decreased sensitivity to pain.

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(a.)
Alt. of Anesthetic
  

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Anesthesia in Greek
αναισθησία

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(Lex). αναισθησία, νάρκωση

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Ουσ. αναισθησία, έλλειψη αισθήσεων//
νάρκωση, αναισθησία (ιατρ.)

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Anesthesia in Esperanto
n. anestezo

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Anesthesia in Chinese (s)
anesthesia dolorosa 痛性感觉缺失

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Anesthesia in Arabic

N
فقد الحس

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اسْم : الخُدار . فقدان الحسّ


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تَخْدير (تَبْنيج) تَخْديرٌ بحَسَبِ كورنينغ جَهَازُ التَّخْديرِ التَّنَفُّسِيّ تَخْديرٌ في دَارَةِ مُغْلَقَة تَخْديرٌ في دَارَةِ مُغْلَقَة تَخْديرٌ تَوصيلِيّ تَخْديرٌ مِنْ خارِجِ الفَم تَخْديرٌ خارِجَ الجافِيَة تَخْديرٌ بالغَازِ و الأَثير تَخْديرُ جِذْعِ العَصَب تَخْديرُ العَصَب خَدَرٌ شَمِّيّ (= فَقْدُ الشَّمِّ) تَخْديرٌ مُقْتَصِرٌ على إحْدَى الرِّئَتَين تَخْديرُ أَسْفَلِ الجِسْم

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تَخْدير , تَبْنيج , خَدَر , بُطْلانُ الحِسّ


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ألاسم

تَبْنِيج ; تَخَدُّر ; تَخْدِير ; تَنْوِيم


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Anesthesia in Visayan
pakatulog

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Anesthesia in Indonesian
anestesi

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Anesthesia in Spanish
anestesia anestesia

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(n.) = anestesia.
Ex: Applications of telemedicine discussed include remote consultation and diagnosis, and speciality clinical care (including examples from anaesthesia, dermatology, cardiology, psychiatry, radiology, critical care, and oncology) = Las aplicaciones de telemedicina que se tratan incluyen la consulta y el diagnóstico a distancia y los cuidados clínicos especilizados (con ejemplos de la anestesia, dermatología, cardiología, siquiatría, radiología, cuidados intensivos y oncología).
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* epidural anaesthesia = anestesia epidural.
* general anaesthesia = anestesia general.
* local anaesthesia = anestesia local.
* peridural anaesthesia = anestesia peridural.
(n.) = anestesia.
Ex: Can anyone suggest databases to search for books on anesthesia & pulmonology?.


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Anesthesia in Russian
(n) анестезия; обезболивание

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анестезия

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= anaesthesia

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Anesthesia in Dutch
anesthesie, verdoving

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Anesthesia in Turkish
anestezi

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i. duyum yitimi, anestezi.

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anestezi

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i. duyum yitimi, anestezi.

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anestezi

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Anesthesia in Thai
n. แอ็นนิสธี้เซีย (พบน้อย)
1. อาการชา

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(แอนเนสธี' เซีย) n. การไร้ความรู้สึกต่อความเจ็บปวด,อาการชา.

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อาการสลบ

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Anesthesia in Vietnamese

[,ænis'θi:zjə]

(anesthesia) [,ænis'θetik]

◊ danh từ

▪ sự mất cảm giác

▪ (y học) sự gây mê, sự gây tê



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Anesthesia in Romanian
anestezie;

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anestezie;

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Anesthesia in Catalan
s anestèsia

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Anesthesia in French
anesthesia, anesthetic etc US = ANAESTHESIA, ANAESTHETIC etc.

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Anesthesia in Bulgarian
[] anaesthesia.

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[] anaesthesia.

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Anesthesia in German
Narkose

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Anesthesia in Persian
بيهوشي‌، هوش‌ بري‌

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هوش بري، بيهوشي

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بيهوشى ،هوش برى
 کلمات مرتبط(1)  کلمات مرتبط(anesthesia):



بازگشت به واژه anesthesia


glove anesthesia 



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بيهوشي‌ ، هوش‌ بري‌

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‎¤“ ©ّû ٹ üھّْ‏“

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Anesthesia in Hungarian
érzéstelenség, érzéstelenítés

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érzéstelenség, érzéstelenítés

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Anesthesia in Albanian
[ænis'thi:zië] n. shih anaesthesia ['ænisthi:zjë] n. anestezi

(ANESTEZI f. mjek. 1. Humbje e plotë ose e pjesshme e ndjeshmërisë së gjithë trupit a të një organi, që shkaktohet nga sëmundje të sistemit nervor, pandjeshmëri e plotë ose e pjesshme. 2. Zhdukja e ndjeshmërisë së organizmit gjatë një operimi, sidomos e ndjeshmërisë ndaj dhembjes, që arrihet duke përdorur lëndë e mjete të posaçme, të cila veprojnë mbi sistemin nervor. Anestezi e përgjithshme (lokale). Operacion pa anestezi. Bëj anestezinë.)

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Anesthesia in Slovak
anestezija

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