Translation of relaxant in Spanish:


relajante, n.

Pronunciation /rəˈlæks(ə)nt//rɪˈlaks(ə)nt/


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    relajante masculine
    • Numerous treatments such as analgesic medications, muscle relaxants, antidepressants, and triptans had shown little or no effect.
    • They are usually given strong painkiller drugs, muscle relaxants or sedatives, but these are often not enough to completely alleviate pain and anxiety.
    • Stimulants, muscle relaxants, diuretics, and anabolic steroids would not be allowed at any level at the time of sale.
    • Muscle relaxants should be prescribed only after failure of analgesic and sedative regimens to optimise ventilatory support or reduce oxygen consumption.
    • Additionally, muscle relaxants and benzodiazepines, barbiturates, or propofol may be administered to control seizures.
    • They act as hypnotics, painkillers and muscle relaxants.
    • Frequently used pharmacologic therapies include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, muscle relaxants, opioids and other analgesics, and antidepressants.
    • Other innovative drugs whose development he oversaw included atracurium, a muscle relaxant, and lamotrigine, an epilepsy drug.
    • Paramedics in Britain never use anaesthetic drugs or muscle relaxants to achieve intubation.
    • Large doses of antibiotic drugs, antimicrobial drugs (such as metronidazole) and a muscle relaxant (such as diazepam) are usually given once a tetanus diagnosis is suspected.
    • Anesthesia was maintained with isoflurane, fentanyl, and muscle relaxants.
    • The doctors have pulled his legs as far as they could and for this to work Danny has had to have muscle relaxants, morphine and diazepam to withstand the pain.
    • Muscle relaxants or tricyclic antidepressant medications also may be prescribed.
    • They act as hypnotics, painkillers and muscle relaxants, and they block your memory of the surgery.
    • The drugs of concern fall for the most part into three categories - muscle relaxants, tranquilizers, and old generation anti-depressants.
    • However, narcotics, tranquilizers or muscle relaxants may be prescribed for a few days to manage pain from an injury, surgery or a dental procedure.
    • Medications most commonly prescribed are tricyclic antidepressants, SSRIs, muscle relaxants, simple analgesics, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
    • The use of induction agents, such as thiopentone, and muscle relaxants when a patient's airway reflexes are still present, can counteract these effects.
    • Assess whether concomitant muscle relaxants and simple analgesia are needed.
    • There is no evidence that muscle relaxants or opioids are more effective than these medications, although they may be useful in certain cases.