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Ketamine is a Dissociative Anesthesia
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TestCountry understands that sometimes you only need to detect one drug of abuse at a time, or that maybe you need a specific drug test panel that's not included in your normal drug test method.
Ketamine (KET) is a powerful, fast-acting tranquilizing drug with anesthetic and hallucinogenic effects. It is considered more dangerous than other hallucinogenic drugs in its category. It is most often administered intravenously or intramuscularly. Chemically, ketamine is related to PCP (Angel Dust). It is more commonly used for animal surgery, but is occasionally administered to humans as well. Ketamine as a street drug in liquid form can almost always be traced to veterinarian clinics and medical suppliers from where they are diverted.
Results populate within 5 minutes and provide up to 99% accurate for reliable drug test results you can trust.
The detection level for Ketamine in Urine is 1000ng/mL, and is detectable for 2-4 days after use.
When you need to test for Ketamine, look no further than our DrugConfirm Advanced Dip Card.
Single Panel Urine Dip Cards Instructions for Use:
1: Remove the DrugConfirm Advanced urine drug test from the sealed foil pouch. 2: Remove the cap from the end of the test device and immerse the absorbent tip into the urine specimen, holding for 10 seconds. Urine should not touch the plastic device. 3: Replace the cap back over the absorbent tip and place the test device on a clean, flat, non-absorbent surface. 4: Read the drug test results in between 5 and 10 minutes. Please note: Results read after 10 minutes are to be considered invalid.
Reading Instant Drug Test Results:
Negative drug test results show two lines - one line in the control region and one line in the test region. Please note: Even the faintest line indicates a negative test result.
Presumptive positive results will have only one line in the control region.
Invalid test results will have no line in the control region. If this occurs, please discard the current dip card and repeat test again with a new device. If this continues to happen, please stop using and contact a TestCountry representative for assistance.