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Oral & Topical Anaesthetics Market Insights, Forecast to 2028

Pune, Maharashtra -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/18/2019 -- Anesthesia is reversible loss sensation which is induces by a drug known as anesthetics. Amongst these drugs, Oral & Topical anesthetics are the drugs that reversibly block nerve conduction in and around the ...

Source: Digital Journal
Published: 18 Feb 2019

Infants Exposed to Anesthesia Show No Neurological Injury

"Nearly half the general anesthetics given to infants are used for less than one hour; therefore our findings should reassure health professionals and the millions of parents whose young children undergo surgical or diagnostic procedures with anesthetic ...

Source: MedPage Today
Published: 14 Feb 2019

Doctors Knock Out Sheep to Discover Anesthesia's Dark Side

Almost two centuries after anesthetics revolutionized surgery, a growing body of research is pointing to disturbing side effects that range from delirium to cancer-proliferating immune suppression. Researchers knocked out the sheep last month at the ...

Source: Bloomberg L.P.
Published: 14 Feb 2019

Anesthesia Endotracheal Tube Market Status, Key Trends and Foresight 2019-2028

This is done in order to produce an anesthesia effect by introducing gaseous mixture through a tube to administer anesthetics during surgical procedures. There are two types of endotracheal tubes - the orotracheal tube and the nasotracheal tube.

Source: MarketWatch
Published: 18 Feb 2019

Study: General anesthesia in early infancy unlikely to have lasting effects on developing brains

"Nearly half the general anesthetics given to infants are used for less than one hour, therefore our findings should reassure health professionals and the millions of parents whose young children undergo surgical or diagnostic procedures with anesthetic ...

Source: News Medical
Published: 15 Feb 2019

Throat Lozenges Market Segment Analysis and CAGR Growth Analysis with Procter & Gamble, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer Inc. Etc. to 2023

Lozenges are made up of analgesics like Ketamine, paracetamol, codeine; antifungal like ketoconazole, amphoterisin B, miconazole; anesthetics like benzocaine; antimicrobials like artesunate and their composition vary from company to company. According to a ...

Source: Medgadget
Published: 18 Feb 2019

Global Inhalation Anesthetics Market 2018-2023 - The Side Effects of Inhaler Anesthesia Drugs is Hampering Growth - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global Inhalation Anesthetics Market - Segmented by Type and Geography - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2018 - 2023)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global inhalation anesthetics market is ...

Source: NewsOK
Published: 03 Sep 2018

Inhaled Anesthetics Bring Alzheimer’s Risk

Experts recently have shed light on the link between general anesthetics and cognitive problems. Anesthetics have been thought to cause cognitive dysfunction for a long time — the link was first highlighted in the 1950s. But it was never clear whether ...

Source: Psych Central
Published: 08 Oct 2018

Science lesson: How anesthetics work, and why xenon’s perfect

Frank LaBella during his career has received research funds and salary support from several government and public granting bodies. University of Manitoba provides funding as a founding partner of The Conversation CA. University of Manitoba provides funding ...

Source: The Conversation
Published: 10 Sep 2017

Scientists Discover Plants Respond to Anesthetics — Which Could End Animal Testing

First used as an alternative to crude methods like alcohol in the 19th century, anesthetics have become a critical part of medical systems around the world. Currently, anesthetics are tested on animals, which is ethically questionable and can produce ...

Source: Futurism
Published: 11 Dec 2017

Dental Anesthesia Market to Perceive a Significant Growth 8.9% of CAGR till 2023 | Avail at MRFR

Anesthetics are drugs that has the ability to induce reversible sensation loss. Local anesthesia (vasoconstrictors) are different from analgesic or pain killers which relives pain without loss of sensation. They are usually administered to facilitate surgery.

Source: MarketWatch
Published: 15 Feb 2019

Anesthetics have the same effects on plants as they have on animals and humans

A new study published in Annals of Botany shows that plants react to anesthetics similarly to the way animals and humans do, suggesting plants are ideal objects for testing anesthetics actions in future. Anesthetics were first used in the 19th century when ...

Source: ScienceBlog
Published: 11 Dec 2017

Europe Market Report for Dental Anesthetics 2017 - Research and Markets

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Europe Market Report for Dental Anesthetics 2017 - MedCore" report to their offering. The pattern exhibited in this market is one of growth. As a direct result of the increase ...

Source: Business Wire
Published: 09 Jan 2017

We can make plants pass out—with the same drugs that mysteriously knock us out

But, perhaps more noteworthy is that scientists still aren’t sure how general anesthetics work on humans—let alone plants. Despite that, doctors have been using the drugs daily for more than a century to knock people out and avert pain during surgeries ...

Source: Ars Technica
Published: 12 Dec 2017

Anesthetics could affect plants too: Study

London, Dec 11 (IANS) Plants react to anesthetics similar to the way animals and humans do, finds a study suggesting that they are ideal objects for testing anesthetics actions in future. Anesthetics were first used in the 19th century when it was ...

Source: Yahoo! India News
Published: 11 Dec 2017

Week-long campaign promotes anesthetics

China has held a week-long campaign to promote awareness of anesthetics. The campaign from March 27 to April 2 was aimed at promoting knowledge, reducing misunderstanding and easing tension between medical workers and patients, according to the Chinese ...

Source: China Internet Information Center
Published: 03 Apr 2017

Plant reactions to anesthetics are similar to humans and animals

In the United Kingdom, A new study showed that plants react to anesthetics similarly to the way animals and humans do, suggesting plants are ideal objects for testing anesthetics actions in future. Anesthetics were first used in the 19th century when it ...

Source: Biofuels Digest
Published: 13 Dec 2017

How anesthetics work, and why xenon's perfect

Common wisdom maintains that, because of the myriad effects on the brain, how anesthetic drugs work at the molecular level is a mystery. On the contrary. As a longtime pharmacology researcher, I believe there's a sufficient body of evidence to certify it's ...

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 11 Sep 2017

Week-long campaign promotes anesthetics

BEIJING, April 2 (Xinhua) -- China has held a week-long campaign to promote awareness of anesthetics. The campaign from March 27 to April 2 was aimed at promoting knowledge, reducing misunderstanding and easing tension between medical workers and patients ...

Source: Xinhua
Published: 02 Apr 2017

Science lesson: How anesthetics work, and why xenon's perfect

This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site. Common wisdom maintains that, because of the ...

Source: National Post
Published: 11 Sep 2017

Surgeons shun opioids, turn to Tylenol and anesthetics instead

Surgeons and anesthesiologists across the country are relying on alternative pain treatments to limit the use of opioids post-surgery, reports Bloomberg. Many physicians now prescribe Tylenol as a preliminary post-operative painkiller, only giving patients ...

Source: Becker's Hospital Review
Published: 06 Jul 2017

Anesthetics found to do more than simply induce sleep

Despite the widespread use of anesthetics, we still don't know exactly how they work. The reason we don't fully understand the mechanism behind them is that we don't truly understand how consciousness works. New research from the University of Queensland ...

Source: New Atlas
Published: 10 Jan 2018

Atlas of Neural Therapy: With Local Anesthetics

Despatched in 2 business days. The neural therapy techniques that can be learned from this book comprise an entire healing system that is scientifically sound [and] will often help where other methods have failed . - From the Foreword by D. Klinghardt, MD ...

Source: Foyles
Published: 18 Dec 2017

Tissue solubility of four volatile anesthetics in fresh and frozen tissue specimens from swine

Department of Anesthesiology, First University Hospital, West China University of Medical Sciences, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, People's Republic of China. (Zhou, Liu) Objective—To determine tissue solubilities of desflurane, sevoflurane, enflurane, and ...

Source: American Veterinary Medical Association
Published: 03 Jun 2017

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY: Which anesthetic is less likely to cause post-op confusion?

A review of the available research compared intravenous propofol with inhaled anesthetics (Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Aug. 21, 2018). The authors concluded that there is a lack of high-quality research, but propofol appears to offer an ...

Source: The Tuscaloosa News
Published: 16 Feb 2019