Recent Examples of ketamine from the Web
Even four years ago, Flowers had pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine, crystal meth and ketamine and been fined 525 pounds ($725).
That is in line with what Columbia University discovered in one of the largest studies yet on ketamine.
Today, Torres depends on booster shots of ketamine.
The former, for example, is an emergency room intervention and follow-up of suicidal patients, and the latter includes promising new medications such as ketamine and related compounds.
Horner was arrested in Chandler in 2011 and found to be in possession of more than $15,000 worth of drugs, including 247 grams of ketamine, heroin, diazepam, oxycodone, Prozac and paraphernalia, including hundreds of syringes.
Esketamine, a synthetic version of ketamine (aka Special K), was awarded Breakthrough Therapy Designation in 2016 and is now in Phase III trials for the treatment of depression.
The search of Gornik’s house also turned up ketamine and other unidentified substances.
But months later the autopsy and toxicology reports revealed the presence of that same perilous cocktail of ketamine, GHB and cocaine.
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Origin and Etymology of ketamine
First Known Use: 1966See Words from the same year
medical Definition of ketamine
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