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The Nature of Anaesthesia
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abdominal anaes anaesthesia anaesthetic agents anaesthetist analgesia analgesic anoxia ation atropine avoid barbiturates beginner block blood pressure Boyle's apparatus breathing carbon dioxide cardiac cause cent Chapter chest cinchocaine clear airway cough curare cyanosis cyclopropane cylinder dead space deep anaesthesia dosage dose effect endotracheal tube ether ethyl chloride expiratory valve face-piece gallamine gases give given incision induced inflation inhalational injection inserted intravenous intubation laparotomy laryngeal spasm less light anaesthesia litres minutes mixture morphine mouth muscle relaxants necessary needed needle neostigmine nerve nitrous oxide normal obstructed airway occur operation opiate out-patient overdosage oxide and oxygen oxygen pain papaveretum paralysis patient pethidine pharyngeal possible post-operative premedication produce pulse pupils reduce reflex depression respiration respiratory shock signs of anaesthesia skin solution spinal analgesia spontaneous respiration stage subcutaneous surgeon surgery surgical anaesthesia suxamethonium syringe technique theatre thesia thetic thetist thiopentone toxic trachea trichloroethylene unconsciousness usually vein ward