Translation of sedative in Spanish:

sedative

sedante, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈsɛdədɪv//ˈsɛdətɪv/

noun

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    sedante masculine
    • When used alone, sedatives were administered a little more often than were analgesics.
    • Doctors prescribed sedatives, painkillers and rest, and advised sufferers to pull themselves together.
    • This strategy may prevent accumulation of sedatives by allowing the drugs to be eliminated between doses.
    • Because of this action, alcohol produces similar effects as the sedatives but through an independent mechanism.
    • Doctors sometimes prescribe sedatives like Valium to alleviate the symptoms.
    • You should be grateful that I'm not smoking pot or injecting sedatives!
    • Before the tears came, Doctor Lee mercifully injected Robert with a powerful sedative.
    • Another psychiatrist also gave her sedatives and sleeping pills.
    • You may be given a mild sedative to help you relax.
    • To help you relax, you may receive a sedative intravenously.
    • A total of 11.6 % of patients received sedatives before and/or during procedures.
    • They pinned her to the floor, swabbed her arm and injected the sedative in her.
    • Is it the sedative administered by Sheeran or is it something else?
    • A final medical alternative includes short-term use of prescription sedatives to combat withdrawal symptoms.
    • She had become dependent on a variety of drugs - sedatives, amphetamines and various narcotics, including heroin.
    • Effie put down the medical bag, took out a hypodermic and filled it with a powerful sedative.
    • Biopsies can be uncomfortable and you may be given a mild sedative or local anaesthetic.
    • The child should not receive sedatives or opiates as these may depress the respiratory drive.
    • Staff had trouble controlling the man and a doctor prescribed an oral sedative.
    • For dogs who travel in the family car, valerian is one of the most powerful herbal sedatives and tranquillisers.

adjective

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    sedante