File:Painfully unaware. Science Museum Painless Exhibition Series.webm

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English: Anaesthesia has been used by medics for over 100 years to render patients unconscious during painful procedures, but how much do we understand about how it works? What happens in our brains when we lose consciousness?

From the Science Museum Painless Exhibition Series
Source YouTube : Painfully unaware
Author Science Museum, London


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