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Is there an antedote for ketamine ?

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7 Jan 2010

im pretty sure there isnt one

7 Jan 2010

Yes. There's a drug called Yohimbine. It's basically an antagonist for ketamine. They often use this drug in veterinary clinics since most Ketamine is found a Veterinary clinics. Hope this helps!

Psychmajor 7 Jan 2010

awesome i learned something new!

mitjason 7 Jan 2010

haha no worries. I only know this because I use to be a Vet Technician :).

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