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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanalgesiaan‧al‧ge‧si‧a /ˌænəlˈdʒiːziə $ -ʒə/ noun [uncountable]  technical the condition of being unable to feel pain while conscious
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analgesiaIndeed, in many studies epidural analgesia has been shown to be beneficial.Julie found it difficult to feel comfortable despite being given analgesia regularly.They had analgesia precisely localised to the injury.Mr Reynolds was kept comfortable by lifting and moving him gently every 2 hours and giving him regular analgesia.The analgesia is fed through a tube and topped up when necessary.The result was that the babies with analgesia had much reduced postoperative endocrine changes, fewer complications and earlier recovery.
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