Analgesia definition

Analgesia means the diminution or elimination of pain in the conscious patient.
Analgesia means a state of decreased sensibility to pain produced by using nitrous oxide (N2O) and oxygen (O2) with or without local anesthesia.
Analgesia means the diminution or elimination of pain.

Examples of Analgesia in a sentence

Technology overview ANI (Analgesia Nociception Index) is a standardized continuous measurement of the relative pΣ tone (parasympathetic tone).


More Definitions of Analgesia

Analgesia means the diminution or elimination of pain in the conscious patient as a result of the administration of an agent including, but not limited to, local anesthetic, nitrous oxide, and pharmacological and non-pharmacological methods.
Analgesia means the diminution or elimination of pain with full consciousness maintained by the patient.
Analgesia is means the diminution of pain in the conscious
Analgesia means the diminution or elimination of pain in the conscious patient. (Def. added Dec. 20, 1985, P.L.513, No.118)
Analgesia means the absence of the sensibility to pain without loss of consciousness or decrease in the intensity of pain.
Analgesia means a neurologic or pharmacologic state in which painful stimuli are moderated such that, although still perceived, they are no longer painful.
Analgesia means a state of decreased sensibility to pain, such as that produced by using nitrous oxide and oxygen with or without local anesthesia.