hydrochloride, or "Special K," is a powerful hallucinogen widely used as an
animal tranquilizer by veterinarians.
sometimes call the high caused by Special K, "K hole," and describe profound
hallucinations that include visual distortions and a lost sense of time,
sense, and identity. The high can last from a half-hour to 2 hours.
hydrochloride ("Special K" or "K") was originally created for use as a human
belongs to a class of drugs called "dissociative anaesthetics," which
separate perception from sensation. Other drugs in this category include
PCP, DXM and nitrous oxide (laughing gas).
is used to treat severe cancer pain.
physiologic effects of the use of Telazol- ketamine- xylazine on feral cats
in a large-volume spay and neuter clinic.
The use of
ketamine hydrochloride as an anesthetic for raccoons.
continues to be used extensively in children and for short-term anaesthesia
and analgesia in-patients with burns.
three main types of ketamine infusion techniques currently being performed
on RSD / CRPS patients for the relief of their pain and allodynia symptoms.
has been recommended as an alternative to thiopental sodium for the
induction of general anesthesia in patients undergoing elective cesarean
section. Compared to thiopental sodium induction, ketamine induction yields
a significantly lower intraoperative maternal awareness and better neonatal
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