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Anaesthesia

Anaesthesia

Anaesthesia means absence of sensations. Anaesthesia is achieved with anaesthetic drugs. Two common types of anaesthesia are local anaesthesia and general anaesthesia. Anaesthesia is used for carrying out a wide range of surgical procedures. Mechanism of action of anaesthetics is the blockage of the nerve signals to the brain. Anaesthetics are available in the form of a spray, ointment, gas or an injection.

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