Analgesia ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Analgesia ( noun )

The state of being free from pain or the ability to tolerate pain.

Origin:

From the greek words "an-" (without) and "algos" (pain).

Examples:

  1. The patient experienced complete analgesia during the surgery.
  2. The new pain medication provided better analgesia than the old one.
  3. Analgesia is a key goal in managing chronic pain.
  4. The patient's analgesia was monitored using a pain scale.
  5. The baby was born with congenital analgesia, a rare condition that causes a lack of feeling pain.

(As a verb)

Analgesia ( verb )

The state of being free from pain or the ability to tolerate pain.

Origin:

From the greek words "an-" (without) and "algos" (pain).

Examples:

  1. The patient experienced complete analgesia during the surgery.
  2. The new pain medication provided better analgesia than the old one.
  3. Analgesia is a key goal in managing chronic pain.
  4. The patient's analgesia was monitored using a pain scale.
  5. The baby was born with congenital analgesia, a rare condition that causes a lack of feeling pain.
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