Glossary of terms

Here’s a guide to assist you in understanding the meaning of the terminology used by CBHS.

  • Anaesthetics

    An anaesthetic is a drug or agent that produces a complete or partial loss of feeling. There are three kinds of anaesthetic: general, regional and local. When a patient undergoes a general anaesthetic, they lose sensation and become unconscious. General anaesthetic may be given as an injection or as a gas. An anaesthetist will administer a general anaesthetic

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