According to experts, the hallucinogenic effect of ketamine may last for 1 hour but it continues to affect the body for the next 24 hours.
In particular, using high doses in combination with some other drugs can lead to the worst consequence of death.
Some disagree with the opinion of ECDD and consider that ketamine should be banned because of abuse as a recreational drug. However, there is widespread failure to appreciate that ketamine is an essential drug.
It is a remarkably safe anesthetic that has been used worldwide for over 50 years. The drug does not reduce the respiratory or cardiovascular system, it can be used without electricity
Because of these dangerous effects and addictive nature, Ketamine is classified as a potentially hallucinogenic drug and experts recommend that people should stay away.
These drugs can make a person feel separate from the sensation and environment, as if they are floating outside the body. However they can be abused for other purposes.
Ketamine is also sometimes available in tablet form. They may contain combinations of other drug drugs.
Ketamine is most often used in veterinary medicine. The US military has successfully used ketamine on Iraqi and Iraqi battlefields in the past few years.
With the increase in ketamine use by military and emergency agencies, is it time for more widespread use of ketamine by civilian EMS systems? If so, should it be used instead of opioids for pain relief in a hospital setting?
For medical purposes, ketamine is injected into a muscle or given intravenously. It is considered safe as an anesthetic, because it does not lower blood pressure or reduce breathing.
Ketamine has the ability to reduce pain and cause short-term memory loss. In addition, ketamine is preferred as an anesthetic due to its ability to limit the risk of shortness of breath for patients as often occurs with opioids.