The NarcoCheck® KET rapid test strip is an immunoassay for fast the detection of ketamine use in human urine.
Ketamine is a derivative of phencyclidine (PCP). Used in medicine as a human and veterinary anesthetic, it is also consumed for its hallucinatory effects, which can last up to 6 hours.
At high doses, ketamine can cause states of delirium, amnesia, disruption of motor functions, increased blood pressure, depression, and respiratory disorders that can be fatal.
In recent years, Ketamine has been used more and more in a "recreational" way.
This test can detect any consumption of Ketamine up to 24 hours after use.
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