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preanesthetic

 [pre″an-es-thet´ik]
1. pertaining to preanesthesia.
2. an agent that produces preanesthesia.
3. occurring before the administration of an anesthetic.

pre·an·es·thet·ic

(prē'an-es-thet'ik),
1. Before anesthesia.
2. A medication given as an agent to and before a primary anesthetic.

pre·an·es·thet·ic

(prē'an-es-thet'ik)
Before anesthesia.
Synonym(s): preanaesthetic.

pre·an·es·thet·ic

(prē'an-es-thet'ik)
1. Before anesthesia.
2. A medication given as an agent to and before a primary anesthetic.
Synonym(s): preanaesthetic.
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A thorough preanaesthetic assessment was made for common coexisting diseases such as coronary artery disease chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and diabetes.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of dexmedetomidine when administered orally as a hypnotic and anxiolytic agent compared to oral combination ketamine/midazolam as preanaesthetic medication in paediatrics.
I suggest a preanaesthetic blood test be taken first, which will help your vet assess if your springer spaniel is up for the anaesthetic.
There are no similar, comparative studies, although other authors have determined that the experience grade of anaesthetist impacted on the length of a case, although this study looked at preanaesthetic, anaesthetic and recovery time, in addition to operating time [Ogden et al., 2000].
This study was carried out to evaluate the effect of preanaesthetic oral administration of sodium rabeprazole on pH and volume of gastric contents in adult patients undergoing elective surgery by excluding cases contaminated with duodeno-gastric refluxate.
(2) He also tackles the problem of preanaesthetic starvation and the deleterious effect this has on nutrition, patient comfort and the metabolic response.
During the preanaesthetic checkup, VAS (visual analogue scale) Numeric pain distress scale was explained to all patients using a 10 cm scale.
After proper pre-operative fasting Atropine sulphate @ 0.04mg/kg body weight i/m was given as preanaesthetic. Anaesthesia was induced with inj.
Moreover, in preanaesthetic days, surgery for these emergencies was confined dealing with strangulated external hernias and occasional drainage of a localised intraabdominal abscess presenting at the anterior body wall.
Preanaesthetic medication forms an integral part of anaesthetic management and some form of premedication is universally administered before any anaesthesia.
Preanaesthetic check-up was done in every patient including detailed history, clinical examination and necessary investigations.
18-G IV cannula was secured in the preanaesthetic room and all patients were shifted to operating room and applied monitors for HR, NIBP, ECG and SpO2.