A general anesthetic given intravenously or intramuscularly and used especially for minor surgical procedures in which muscle relaxation is not required. (noun)
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Use "ketamine" in a sentence
"And they're using these dissociative anesthetics called ketamine, which isn't really, truly a painkiller."
"During the search of a northwest Edmonton home on Nov. 30th, 2009 officers seized 19 kilograms of a drug called ketamine, which is known to be popular at raves."
"A report released this month by University College London has show a link between long term ketamine use and short term memory loss."