ketamine hydrochloride


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Related to ketamine hydrochloride: Propofol
A surgical anaesthetic withdrawn from the market due to disorientation and violent behaviour that occurred when patients regained consciousness; on the club scene, ketamine is in liquid form or a white powder snorted or smoked with marijuana or tobacco products
Pharmacologic effects Dissociative anaesthesia, CNS stimulant, hallucinations, visual distortion, a loss of senses, sense of time, and identity for 30 minutes to 2 hours, delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, hypertension, depression, recurrent flashbacks, potentially fatal respiratory problems
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Ketamine hydrochloride as an immobilizing agent for striped skunks.
Studies on intravenous anesthesia with propofol thiopentone sodium and ketamine hydrochloride in calves.
In our study, 30 patients received 2.5 mL of Bupivacaine hydrochloride 0.5% (Heavy] with 0.5 mL (25 mg] of preservative-free Ketamine hydrochloride and 30 patients received 3 mL of Bupivacaine hydrochloride 0.5% (Heavy] alone for spinal anaesthesia.
After sedation Ketamine hydrochloride at the dose rate of 6 mg/kg b.
The animals were sedated with ketamine hydrochloride (Rotexmedica, Trittau, Germany 5 mg/kg body weight i.m.) for placement in and removal from the restraining chair.
To evaluate the features of Ketamine hydrochloride such as:
intramuscularly (i/m) and general anaesthesia was achieved with intramuscular injection using combination of Xylazine hydrochloride (Xylazil (b)) and Ketamine hydrochloride (Ketamil (b)) @ 1mg/kg b.
Maintenance surgical anaesthesia was followed by bolus doses of Ketamine hydrochloride. Animal was placed on lateral recumbency with affected limb up.
General anaesthesia was induced using combination of Diazepam @ 0.2 mg/kg and Ketamine hydrochloride @ 5 mg/kg b.wt.
Anesthesia was induced with Ketamine hydrochloride @ 5mg/kg b.wt.
The animal was premedicated with Glycopyrrolate @0.01mg/kg intramuscularly and general anaesthesia was induced using Xylazine @1 mg/kg and Ketamine hydrochloride @10 mg/kg b.