Ketamine Drug Test
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Cutoff level: 1000 ng/ml
Detection Time: Up to 24 hours
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Ketamine Drug Test
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- Ketamine drug test urine
- This test can detect any consumption of Ketamine up to 24 hours after use.
- Forensic use Only.
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Ketamine drug test urine:
You have probably heard of ketamine, most likely for its history of abuse as a club drug. But it may have also been because it is one of the biggest breakthroughs in treating severe depression in several years.
How can one drug hold such promise and peril? The answer lies in how it affects your brain. Ketamine works like a flash mob, temporarily taking over a certain chemical "receptor." In some cases and with expert medical care, that can be a good thing. But cross that line, and it's big trouble. Your doctor probably won't give it to you as an antidepressant yet. Scientists are still testing it for that. Always be wary of ketamine side effects.
Does ketamine show up on a drug test?
Ketamine will show up on any drug tests that specifically test for it. It will show up on this urine test strip with a cutoff level of 1000 ng/ml.
Ketamine drug test detection times:
Several methods of drug testing are capable of detecting ketamine between 24 hours (oral fluid) and up to three months (hair) after use. The standard detection window varies depending on the type of test used, as well as other personal factors.
What is ketamine?
Ketamine, categorized as a “dissociative anesthetic". It is used as an anesthetic in a powdered or liquid form, usually used on animals. Ketamine can be used in drinks, injected, added to cigarettes or joints or snorted. Since 1999, Ketamine has been on the list of controlled substances in the US.
The short- and long-term effects include, but are not limited to increased heart rate and blood pressure, vomiting and nausea, potential numbness, depression, amnesia and hallucinations. Also includes potentially fatal respiratory problems. Ketamine users can also produce intense cravings for the drug. At higher doses, Ketamine users experience an effect referred to as “K-Hole,” an “out of body” or “near-death” experience.
Ketamine street names:
Ketamine is known by various street names. Often called "Special K." Others call it "Kit-Kat," "Super Acid," "Jet," and "Cat Valium.
How does it affect the brain?
Ketamine can be advantageous if used as prescribed. Firstly, it tends to rebalance the glutamate and GABA receptors in one's brain. Secondly, it counterbalances structural changes in the brain brought on by stress. Thirdly, it silences the irregular activity in the brain's "disappointment center." However, due to its mind-altering qualities, ketamine is unfortunately, also used as a date rape drug.
Ketamine side effects:
Like any other Schedule III drug, ketamine has side effects too. Some of these are:
- Nausea and vomiting
- High blood pressure
- Blurry vision
- Bladder issues
Is ketamine addictive?
Ketamine is classified as a Schedule III controlled substance, mainly due to its potential for abuse and addiction. Ketamine can be abused in several ways, including via injection, snorting, or orally. It's generally sold as a fine white powder after being converted from a liquid state.
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Strip testing Instructions
Ketamine Test Strips Procedure
- First, remove the urine KET drug test strip from the sealed pouch and use it within one hour
- Second, immerse the strip into the urine with the arrow pointing towards the urine
- Third, take the strip out after 15 seconds and lay the strip flat on a clean, dry, non-absorbent surface.
- Finally, read the result in 5 minutes.
How To Interpret KET Test Strip Results
Positive: Only one colored band appears, in the control region (C). No apparent colored band appears in the test region (T).
Negative: NEGATIVE: Two colored bands appear on the membrane. One band appears in the control region (C) and another band appears in the test region (T).
Invalid: Control band fails to appear. Results from any test which has not produced a control band at the specified read time must be discarded. Please review the procedure and repeat with a new test. If the problem persists, discontinue using the kit immediately and contact your local distributor.
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What is Forensic use only?
Forensic Use Only devices are meant to be sold for research purposes only. The FDA does not regulate these devices, and they are solely to be used as screening instruments. Please send the device to a laboratory for confirmation if more information is needed about the results of a forensic use only drug test.
Courts, police departments, probation/parole offices, juvenile detention centers, prisons, jails, correction centers, and other law enforcement organizations, as well as laboratories or other establishments that provide forensic testing for these institutions, are all eligible users.
Forensic Applications Only gadgets are not designed, tested, manufactured, or labeled for use in other settings such as clinical diagnostics or the workplace.
What does it mean when something says “For Forensic Use Only”?
This indicates that the drug testing gadget has not received FDA 510k approval. This type of drug test should not be used for job screening, pain management screening, or any other reason. These tests are only used in law enforcement, prisons, the military, and other government institutions to test for drugs.
What products are included in this category?
Some saliva/oral drug detection products are only meant to be used in forensic situations. Furthermore, some specialty tests (such as our K2/Spice drug test) are designed exclusively for forensic use. This category could possibly include other screening equipment. Any forensic-only equipment on our site will be explicitly stated on the product page.