Ketamine: Pharmacology Revisited
What is it about?
Ketamine, an old intravenous anesthetic, is a non-narcotic and non-barbiturate drug. It mainly works by noncompetitive antagonist at the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors.
Why is it important?
Ketamine has several properties of the ideal anesthetic agent. Therefore, its properties are interesting in various clinical settings, although it can produce the psychological adverse effects.
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