Ketamine: Anesthesia Drug Used in Surgery for Temporary Loss of Consciousness

Ketamine is general anesthetic agent prescribed for the induction and maintenance of anesthesia for short procedures and for some diagnostic purposes. It is a prescription drug which induces a state usually referred to as dissociative anesthesia. Never involve in performing skilled tasks for at least 24 hours after using ketamine.
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