preanesthetic


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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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The horses presented a longer recovery time when sedatives and tranquilizers were associated with preanesthetic medication and before the extubation.
Baydar et al., "Herbal usage in Pediatric patients, its importance in preanesthetic evaluation," Journal of the Turkish Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Society, vol.
Also, a very careful preanesthetic assessment is crucial in children affected by general conditions or syndromes associated with airway anomalies, such as GS.
Preoperative laboratory tests (hemogram, coagulogram, and blood glucose testing) were performed, as well as surgical risk and preanesthetic evaluation.
On the first postoperative day (T8), the mean IOP for both groups was approximately equal to the mean preanesthetic IOP (T1).
A preanesthetic checkup was done 1 day before surgery that included detailed history, thorough clinical examination and relevant clinical investigations.
Every patient was evaluated with a thorough preanesthetic checkup including routine preoperative investigations one day prior to the surgery.
Another reason is that the preanesthetic evaluation of all the cases was not performed by the same person.
Before slaughter, pigs were weighed and then given an intramuscular injection of acepromazine maleate (0.3 mg/kg of BW) mixed in a single syringe with 15 mg of ketamine hydrochloride/kg of BW as a preanesthetic tranquilizer.
In other nonpsychiatric indications, the drug is used in the symptomatic treatment of vomiting and intractable hiccups and in the treatment of severe pain and is associated with antihistamines during preanesthetic clinical interventions.
On preanesthetic examination the dog appeared slightly nervous but in good physical condition (ASA II).