anesthesia

Sedate vs Anesthesia - What's the difference?

sedate | anesthesia |


As verbs the difference between sedate and anesthesia

is that sedate is to tranquilize by giving a sedative; to calm; to soothe; to induce sleep while anesthesia is .

As an adjective sedate

is in a composed and temperate state.

Anesthesia vs Paresthesias - What's the difference?

anesthesia | paresthesias |


As a verb anesthesia

is .

As a noun paresthesias is

.

Anesthesia vs Coma - What's the difference?

anesthesia | coma |


As a verb anesthesia

is .

As a noun coma is

a state of sleep from which one may not wake up, usually induced by some form of trauma or coma can be (astronomy) a cloud of dust surrounding the nucleus of a comet.

Sedative vs Anesthesia - What's the difference?

sedative | anesthesia |


As an adjective sedative

is .

As a verb anesthesia is

.

Anesthesia vs Narcotic - What's the difference?

anesthesia | narcotic |


As a verb anesthesia

is .

As a noun narcotic is

any class of substances or drugs, that reduces pain, induces sleep and may alter mood or behaviour.

As an adjective narcotic is

of, or relating to narcotics.

Anesthesia vs Amnesia - What's the difference?

anesthesia | amnesia |


As a verb anesthesia

is .

As a noun amnesia is

amnesia.

Anesthesia vs Narcosis - What's the difference?

anesthesia | narcosis |


As a verb anesthesia

is .

As a noun narcosis is

(pathology) unconsciousness caused by a drug, anaesthetic or other chemical substance.

Hyperesthesia vs Anesthesia - What's the difference?

hyperesthesia | anesthesia |


As a noun hyperesthesia

is unusual or pathological sensitivity of the skin or of a particular sense.

As a verb anesthesia is

.

Anesthesia vs Analgesia - What's the difference?

anesthesia | analgesia |


As a verb anesthesia

is .

As a noun analgesia is

(medicine) the absence of the sense of pain while remaining conscious.

Numbness vs Anesthesia - What's the difference?

numbness | anesthesia |


As a noun numbness

is absent or reduced sensitivity to cutaneous stimulation.

As a verb anesthesia is

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