Definition of Analgesics

1. Noun. (plural of analgesic) ¹



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Definition of Analgesics

1. analgesic [n] - See also: analgesic

Medical Definition of Analgesics

1. Agents that relieve pain without causing loss of consciousness. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Analgesics

analepses
analepsis
analepsy
analept
analeptic
analeptic enema
analeptics
analgesia
analgesia algera
analgesia dolorosa
analgesias
analgesic
analgesic nephritis
analgesic nephropathy
analgesics (current term)
analgesimeter
analgetic
analgetics
analgia
analgias
analingus
analities
analize
anallagmatic
anallantoic
anallantoidea
anallergic

Literary usage of Analgesics

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1. An Introduction to Modern Therapeutics: Being the Croonian Lectures on the by Thomas Lauder Brunton (1892)
"Irradiation of Motor Impulses Produced by analgesics. ... CHEMICAL STRUCTURE OF analgesics. All those substances belong to the aromatic group of bodies, ..."

2. Maintaining Budgetary Discipline: Spending and Revenue Options edited by Sherry Snyder (1999)
"Use of Sedatives, Tranquilizers, and analgesics Tables 6.5-6.7 show that in 1996, 2.3% of persons age 12 and older (about 4.9 million ..."

3. Dental Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Prescription Writing by Eli Herr Long (1909)
"LOCAL analgesics. ANESTHETICS. ANESTHETICS are agents used to abolish ... LOCAL analgesics. These agents are employed to paralyze the sensory nerve endings ..."

4. Ocular Therapeutics by Armand Darier (1903)
"General analgesics have this inconvenience, that they upset tin- digestive ... It is, therefore, of great importance to discover local analgesics the action ..."

5. Therapeutics by Armand Darier (1910)
"analgesics. Ocular analgesics. When cocain was discovered it was at first hoped that, in addition to rendering the eye insensible, it might also modify or ..."

6. Modern Materia Medica and Therapeutics by Arthur Albert Stevens (1909)
"On account of the intense cold caused by its raj tion, ethyl chlorid is frequently employed as a loci in minor operations. GENERAL analgesics OR ANO General ..."

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