what is the difference between general and local anaesthetics? Which type of anaesthetic is chloroform?
Asked by | 10th May, 2011, 12:00: AM
General anaesthetics are those which produce insensibility to pains and other sensations in the whole body while local anaesthetics are those which produce insensibility to a specific part of the body.
Chloroform is an example of a general anaesthetic as it affects whole of the body .
Answered by | 10th May, 2011, 01:04: PM
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