Definition of Inhalation anesthesia
1. Noun. General anesthesia achieved by administration of an inhalation anesthetic.
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Literary usage of Inhalation anesthesia
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists by American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1922)
"... in which people usually submit to inhalation anesthesia, that one might almost feel like using local anesthesia as a preliminary to general anesthesia, ..."
2. Surgical Shock and the Shockless Operation Through Anoci-association by George Washington Crile, William Edgar Lower (1920)
"Muscular response to trauma under inhalation anesthesia may be only ... To injury under inhalation anesthesia every grade of response may be seen, ..."
3. Therapeutic Gazette (1917)
"There is less impairment of renal function following operation under spinal anesthesia than with inhalation anesthesia. This fact has been definitely ..."
4. The Surgery of Oral Diseases and Malformations: Their Diagnosis and Treatment by George Van Ingen Brown (1912)
""In operations under inhalation anesthesia the nerve impulses from ... Inhalation anesthesia is, therefore, but a veneer, a mask that 'covers the deep ..."
5. Anoci-association by George Washington Crile (1914)
"of physical injury alone; of physical injury under inhalation anesthesia; of the emotional stimulation of fear alone; and of foreign proteid and toxic ..."
6. The Surgical Clinics of North America by Robert E. Hermann, Avram M. Cooperman (1922)
"Such complications have existed since most ancient times, but it was only with the advent of inhalation anesthesia that operations became sufficiently ..."
7. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1913)
"A still further negative evidence that inhalation anesthesia offers little or no protection to the brain-cells from trauma is derived from the following ..."