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Tranquilizers it is accepted to call medicinal substances from group of psikhotrop. But application of these preparations is possible not only in the therapeutic purposes, some use them as drugs tranquilizers. The matter is that if considerably to exceed a… Continue Reading
Addiction is persistent and frequently recurring medical condition of the brain, that makes the affected individual obsessed with seeking for drugs and taking them no matter what catastrophic consequences it might bring to the addicted person or people closely related… Continue Reading
When a person takes a dose of a drug, the chemical components of the substance interfere with the communication mechanism of the brain, affecting its normal work by changing the process of information exchange between nerve cells. Two most common… Continue Reading
Overdosage signs Development of pathological process which begins a narcotic at an overdosage is preceded by poisoning, or effect of a high dose. Sometimes this stage proceeds is so transient that it isn’t possible to allocate it. The overdosage a… Continue Reading
In social situations, ketamine is often used intranasally and orally. And though it can be injected, the rapid onset of effects from oral or nasal use makes it more convenient and marketable than the injectable forms.(1) It is primarily manufactured as… Continue Reading
Ketamine, developed in 1962, was initially promoted as a fast acting general anesthetic.(1) A few years later, in 1970, the federal government approved ketamine for human use, and as a result it soon became popular as a battlefield anesthetic.(2) The first evidence… Continue Reading
Ketamine is considered a dissociative anesthetic (other examples of this drug are PCP and DXM). This means that the drug distorts the users perception of sight and sound and produces feelings of detachment from the environment and ones self.(1) The drug… Continue Reading