(of an anesthetic) having a specific gravity greater than that of cerebrospinal fluid.Compare hypobaric.
pertaining to or utilizing gaseous pressure greater than normal, especially for administering oxygen in the treatment of certain diseases.
Origin of hyperbaric
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of, concerned with, or operating at pressures higher than normal
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Of, relating to, producing, operating, or occurring at pressures higher than normal atmospheric pressure.
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