hypnoanesthesia

hypnoanesthesia

 [hip″no-an″es-the´zhah]
reduction of sensitivity to pain by hypnosis.

hypnoanesthesia

(hĭp″nō-ăn″ĕs-thē′zē-ă)
The use of hypnosis to produce anesthesia.
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However, hypnoanesthesia became less popular as chemoanesthesia became more widely available (Bryan, 1963).
Advantages of utilizing hypnoanesthesia as opposed to the exclusive uses of chemically induced anesthetics in this type of procedure are compared.
James Braid, first introduced the word hypnosis in 1843, when he was attempting hypnoanesthesia for his surgical patients.
Create awareness of the possible certified hypnotherapy resources available in the community that could benefit patients who present with dental stress, dental phobias and for those who would either prefer or require hypnoanesthesia, as well as being an excellent resource for tobacco cessation programs.
(18.) August RV Obstetrical hypnoanesthesia. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1960; 79:1131-1138.
The word hypnotism was first introduced in 1843 by James Braid, a Scottish surgeon, who was attempting to use hypnoanesthesia. Soon after, in India, James Esdaile performed several surgical procedures using hypnosis alone as the method of anesthesia.
The first documented use of hypnoanesthesia in surgery was in 1829, when a mastectomy was performed by Jules Cloquet in Paris.