Translation of ketamine in Spanish:

ketamine

ketamina, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkɛtəˌmin//ˈkɛdəmən//ˈkiːtəmiːn/

noun

  • 1

    ketamina feminine
    • Preoperative haemorrhage and hypotension are contraindications to spinal anaesthesia, and ketamine is used in only severely ill women.
    • As a pharmaceutical, ketamine is distributed in a liquid form that can be ingested or injected.
    • Chloral hydrate, midazolam and ketamine are frequently used for sedation, but each has drawbacks.
    • In particular, the barbiturates, ketamine, and propofol are often reserved for deep sedation/general anesthesia and should be used with caution.
    • The three most popular drugs consumed in discos in Shenzhen were ketamine, ecstasy and cannabis.
    • We reported that a large proportion of users did not combine ketamine with other drugs.
    • Interestingly, many abusers of ketamine report that the drug's effects are dependent upon the setting within which it is abused.
    • Hong Kong customs agents have made a record seizure of the party drug ketamine and arrested four Singaporeans and three Malaysians.
    • General anesthesia was induced with ketamine and xylazine, and maintained with ketamine.
    • Operations were undertaken using ketamine and midazolam for anaesthesia.
    • Researchers found more and more users are turning to ketamine, a veterinary anaesthetic with strong hallucinogenic properties.
    • In other words, ketamine was the drug of choice for a number of users during a specific drug injection event.
    • The study included 41 healthy subjects who were given amphetamine, ketamine and then saline, in varying sequence.
    • The number of arrests involving the party drug ketamine has more than doubled in a year and offenders appear to be getting younger.
    • Firstly, ketamine is not just a veterinary anaesthetic but is still available in most operating theatres.
    • Recent trends have favored the use of medications such as etomidate and ketamine, while familiar agents such as fentanyl and mid-azolam continue to be used widely.
    • Most dangerously, anaesthetics and tranquillisers such as ketamine may also be added to ecstasy tablets.
    • Ketamine is injected intramuscularly, and as this leaves no visible traces of blood, the group that uses ketamine tends not to clean their needles.
    • Among these drugs, ketamine is particularly noteworthy because it is commonly administered in multiple ways.
    • Despite high doses of intravenous morphine and ketamine, the pain was unbearable.