postanesthetic

post·an·es·thet·ic

(pōst'an-es-thet'ik),
Occurring after anesthesia.

postanesthetic

(pōst″ăn-ĕs-thĕt′ĭk) [″ + Gr. an-, not, + aisthesis, sensation]
Pert. to the period following anesthesia.

post·an·es·thet·ic

(pōst'an-es-thet'ik)
Occurring after anesthesia.
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Risk factors associated with postoperative sore throat after tracheal intubation: an evaluation in the postanesthetic recovery room.
Delayed first mother-to-child contact, postanesthetic effect and incisional pain of cesarean section appear to hamper first breastfeeds and the establishment of breastfeeding, leaving newborns susceptible to the introduction of early lactational formulas (20).
3%) as well as postanesthetic complications of acute respiratory distress and tracheal stricture (2/12, 16.
There was also no statistical differences between the two groups in anesthesia time, intraoperative rehydration, staying time in postanesthetic care unit, emergency hospitalization, postoperative 72 h Acute Physiologic Assessment and Chronic Health Evaluation II scores, blood transfusion-related complications and mortality.
Nitrous oxide administration during washout of sevoflurane improves postanesthetic agitation in children.
The postoperative recording may end with the discharge of the patient from the postanesthetic care unit, the first analgesic administration after a regional anesthetic, or the passing of anywhere between 12 and 72 h after a defined "time zero.
He said that Hayrikyan is in the state of postanesthetic recovery.
More studies are needed to show that the device can comfortably stimulate a strong cough in patients with other pathologies, such as acquired brain injury or postanesthetic, where guarding of the airways is deficient or the cough reflex diminished.