anaesthetization


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anaesthetization

The induction of anaesthesia.
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Magnesium sulfate was shown to induce high mortality (>90%) after anaesthetization in scallops (Pecten fumatus) with a similar concentration of 80 g/L MgS[O.
All rats were sacrificed 24 h after reperfusion with anaesthetization by 10% chloral hydrate (350 mg [kg.
Importantly, the modern couple urged to commit themselves to this new model of marriage was Anglo, as it was presumed that Anglos were most vulnerable to the emotional anaesthetization of the machine age.
Following the death, local newspapers reported that the female doctor who carried out the anaesthetization was not licensed to work in the Kingdom and was working temporarily at the hospital, where her husband is also employed.
Feigning the Anaesthetization of Literary Inventiveness: Gunter Grass's ortlich betaubt and the Public Responsibility of the Politically Engaged Author.
These endings also return to where this essay began: namely, with the initial critique of the black success novel accomplished via Himes's offering instead the carceral state of temporary anaesthetization from hurt and parodically infinite possibility, as well as far greater attention to the numerous "funerals performed" at the conclusions of his narratives.