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Description

Anesthetic ether is a colorless, volatile liquid that is used as a general anesthetic. It is a potent central nervous system depressant that is used to induce unconsciousness and provide pain relief during surgery. It is also used as a recreational drug.

Common side effects of anesthetic ether include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, confusion, and drowsiness. It can also cause respiratory depression, which can be fatal.

Associated brand names:
  ▸  Ethrane
  ▸  Aerrane
  ▸  Enflurane
  ▸  Desflurane
  ▸  Isoflurane
  ▸  Sevoflurane

Synonyms
  • aether ad narcosin
  • aether purissimus
  • anaesthetic ether
  • anaestheticus
  • anesthetic ether
  • diethyl ether
  • eter purissimo
  • ether anesthesicus
Classifications
  • analgesic
  • ether
  • fuel
  • general anesthetic
  • inhalant
  • muscle relaxant
  • solvent
  • street drug

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