hyperbaric anesthesia

hy·per·bar·ic an·es·the·si·a

inhalation of depressant gases or vapors at pressures greater than 1 atmosphere, especially as a means of producing general anesthesia with agents too weak to produce anesthesia at 1 atmosphere.

hy·per·bar·ic an·es·the·si·a

(hīpĕr-barik anes-thēzē-ă)
Inhalation of depressant gases or vapors at pressures greater than 1 atmosphere, especially as a means of producing general anesthesia with agents too weak to produce anesthesia at 1 atmosphere.