Anaesthesia is a medication used to prevent pain during surgery. It does not relieve pain but completely prevents it from tilting. Sedation today includes the use of a variety of medications. Many are used only occasionally outside of anaesthetics, while others are used in all controls. Anaesthesia is classified into two types: general anaesthetics, which cause reversible loss of consciousness, and local anaesthetics, which cause reversible loss of sensation to specific areas of the body.

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