Definition of Anesthyl
1. Noun. A mixture of methyl and ethyl chloride; sprayed on as a local anesthetic.
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Literary usage of Anesthyl
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1. Dominion Dental Journal (1905)
"... of anesthyl, we conclude that refrigeration carefully carried out constitutes an excellent method of local anesthesia for superficial operations. ..."
2. A Pocket medical dictionary: Giving the Pronunciation and Definition of the ...by George Milbry Gould by George Milbry Gould (1920)
"anesthyl, an-esf -thil. A mixture of one part methyl chlorid and five parts ethyl chlorid; used as a local anesthetic. Anetic, an-ef-ik. ..."
3. Practitioner's medical dictionary by George Milbry Gould (1910)
"One who administers an anesthetic. anesthyl (an-es'-thil). A local anesthetic said to consist of ethyl chlorid, 5 parts; methyl chlorid, i part. ..."
4. Block anesthesia and allied subjects: With Special Chapters on the Maxillary by Arthur Ervin Smith (1920)
"... anesthyl, which have been employed to a considerable extent in dental and oral surgery, as well as in general surgery. ..."