Definition of Anesthyl

1. Noun. A mixture of methyl and ethyl chloride; sprayed on as a local anesthetic.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anesthyl

anesthetic agent
anesthetically
anesthetics
anesthetise
anesthetised
anesthetist
anesthetists
anesthetization
anesthetizations
anesthetize
anesthetized
anesthetizer
anesthetizers
anesthetizes
anesthetizing
anesthyl (current term)
anestra
anestri
anestric
anestrous
anestrum
anethol
anethole
anethole trithione
anetholes
anethols
anethopath
anetic
anetoderma

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. ..."

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