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His second wife rushed him to the hospital, and doctors had to intubate him before giving him anesthesia, because there was no time to spare.
I couldn’t leave him under anesthesia and make myself safe while he was not.
When our mind wanders, sleeps, or is under anesthesia, for example, our neurons are still firing all over the place.
The program culminates at childbirth, when the woman channels her preparation to enter into a hyper-focused state of mind, akin to daydreaming, aiming to progress through labor peacefully, without pain medication or anesthesia.
For patients who are comatose or under anesthesia, it can be all-important that physicians make that distinction correctly.
There was enough whiskey in the place to provide the new specimen with a near-total anesthesia.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
Anesthesia from it sets in more rapidly and lasts longer than with cocaine.
MERCK'S 1899 MANUALMERCK & CO.
While hypnotism can be used to produce anesthesia, it has many disadvantages.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
One element that is extremely important for anesthesia is deep breathing.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
Feldman operated with a pocketknife sterilized in a bottle of expensive Scotch and only anodyne tablets in place of anesthesia.
BADGE OF INFAMYLESTER DEL REY

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