Definition of Tetanising

1. tetanise [v] - See also: tetanise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tetanising

tetania neonatorum
tetania parathyreopriva
tetanic
tetanic convulsion
tetanical
tetanically
tetanics
tetanies
tetaniform
tetanigenous
tetanilla
tetanin
tetanise
tetanised
tetanises
tetanising (current term)
tetanism
tetanization
tetanizations
tetanize
tetanized
tetanizes
tetanizing
tetano-
tetanode
tetanoid
tetanolysin
tetanometer
tetanomotor
tetanomotors

Literary usage of Tetanising

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1. General Physiology of Muscles and Nerves by Isidor Rosenthal (1881)
"14, which is called a tetanising key. Two other wires pass from these same clamps b and c to the muscle. When the inductive apparatus is in action the ..."

2. General Physiology of Muscles and Nerves by Isidor Rosenthal (1881)
"14, which is called a tetanising key. Two other wires pass from these same clamps b and c to the muscle. When the inductive apparatus is in action the ..."

3. Researches on Irritability of Plants by Jagadis Chandra Bose (1913)
"... stimulation—Stimulation by induction-shock— Effects of make- and break-shock—Excitation by tetanising shock 23 ..."

4. An Introduction to Human Physiology by Augustus Désiré Waller (1896)
"Or otherwise, if, while tetanising currents are being passed through a nerve, ... Insufficient tetanising stimuli produce a tetanus (line /r Jt) during the ..."

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