Rapid Drug Tests for Ketamine (KET)

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Drug of Abuse: Ketamine

Ketamine is a schedule III controlled substance used before surgery or a medical or dental procedure to produce a loss of consciousness. Veterinarians also use it as a medicine to treat animals.

Ketamine is classified as an NMDA receptor antagonist. Like other drugs of this class, such as Phencyclidine (PCP), it induces a state called dissociative anesthesia and is used as a ‘Date Rape Drug.’  This drug is a type of anesthetic.

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Ketamine (KET)

Ketamine belongs to the class of drugs known as dissociative anesthetics. It’s known brand names are Ketalar, Ketanest, and Ketaset.

This type of drug can make a person feel detached from sensations and surroundings as if they are floating outside their body.

Ketamine can produce feelings of dissociation when used as a drug of abuse.

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