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What Is Ketamine? 

Ketamine is a short-acting general anaesthetic that’s been around since the 1970s. 

What Is Ketamine?

It was first used in the United States for sedation and pain management during the Vietnam War. 

What Is Ketamine?

It continues to have many medical uses today.

What Is Ketamine?

The drug is also popular for recreational use because of its dissociative effects.

What Is Ketamine?

According to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), recreational forms of ketamine are

What Is Ketamine?

commonly known as Special K, KitKat, Vitamin K, and other slang terms. 

What Is Ketamine?

Ketamine is a fast-acting general anaesthetic. It’s available as an injection,  powder and liquid

Medical use dosage forms

ketamine is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use as a short-term

What is ketamine used for medically?

injectable anaesthetic in humans and animals for sedation. It works rapidly 

What is ketamine used for medically?

(within 10 to 30 seconds) to within 2 hours depending on the form of usage. 

What is ketamine used for medically?

Scientists are still learning about the long-term effects of ketamine, 

What are the effects of using ketamine?

but they may include problems with: memory, executive function, attention, self-control

What are the effects of using ketamine?

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