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anaesthetize

(ə-nĕs′thĭ-tīz′)
v.
Variant of anesthetize.
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"He was anaesthetised at the scene and then taken by road to Birmingham Children's Hospital.
There is no doubt that insertion of an NG tube in the anaesthetised patient can prove to be difficult, with a failure rate of up to 50% on first pass (6), with repeated attempts at insertion being required.
"In order to stabilise his condition, the doctor from the air ambulance anaesthetised him before he was airlifted to Royal Stoke University Hospital.
If this caused distress to the child, the sensors were placed once the child was anaesthetised. Sensor sites were [C.sub.3] [C.sub.4,] [P.sub.3] [P.sub.4], and [F.sub.p1] and [F.sub.p2] according to the international 10-20 system (23), and a reference electrode behind an ear.
You are so confident or anaesthetised by your own hubris or by taking substances, or however people become caught in their own ivory tower.
"Due to his condition, the doctor on the air ambulance anaesthetised him before he was flown to the regional trauma centre at Selly Oak Hospital."
While some of the works are derivative, splitting a facade on a school could be Pink Floyd as much as Matta-Clark, there seems a kind of hand--one that separates ordinary stuff, housed in glass and steel boxes, from unique--splashed into bendy androids temporarily anaesthetised who countering, contrast, or cover up the otherwise rational organisation.
Almost half of emergency operations carried out at night involve patients being anaesthetised by a trainee doctor, a report revealed today.
The technique was used to destroy a section of liver tissue in anaesthetised rats.
ATHEIR flat noses make anaesthesia slightly more risky but it is common for a Pekinese of his age to be anaesthetised. Go to a specialist centre such as a veterinary school.
The front seat passenger of the car suffered multiple injuries and had to be anaesthetised at the scene before taken to University Hospital Coventry.
The 28-year-old biker was anaesthetised at the scene following the incident in Mellowdew Road, Stoke, near to the junction with Hermitage Road, at 4.40pm on Monday.