Inhalation analgesia | definition of inhalation analgesia by Medical dictionary
analgesia produced by inhalation of a central nervous system depressant gas (especially nitrous oxide) or vapor.
in·ha·la·tion an·al·ge·si·a (inhă-lāshŭn anăl-jēzē-ă)
Analgesia produced by inhalation of a central nervous system-depressant gas (especially nitrous oxide) or vapor.
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This bill requires the board to grant a certificate to administer nitrous oxide inhalation analgesia
to a dental hygienist who is licensed by the board and who satisfies certain educational requirements that the bill directs the board to establish by rule.
This bill allows dental hygienists who have obtained a permit to administer nitrous oxide inhalation analgesia
under the direct supervision of a dentist.