Ketamine (KET) is a derivative of N-1-phenylcyclohexyl-piperidine (PCP) which is used as a surgical anesthetic in medicine. It is often referred to as "K powder" and "K" in the black market. In recent years, the abuse of entertainment venues has become increasingly serious and poses a serious threat to health. Common ketamine
The method is by smoking, nasal inhalation, intravenous injection or by dissolving the powder into a beverage. Studies have shown that after taking ketamine, there will be "depersonalization", "derealism", body image changes, dreams, hallucinations, nausea and vomiting. At high doses, confusion, body stiffness, respiratory depression, and even limb convulsions and respiratory arrest can occur; long-term use of ketamine can cause memory loss, cognitive impairment, and mental illness. 70%-90% of ketamine ingested by the human body is metabolized in the liver and excreted in the urine. It has a faster metabolism in the body and eliminates half-life of about 2.5 hours. It is usually detected within 2-4 hours after smoking.
This product uses high specific antibody-antigen-specific binding reaction and immunomembrane chromatography technology to qualitatively detect ketamine in human urine by immunocompetitive inhibition method.
K chemical composition is ketamine, a large number of users are prone to physical dependence and lead to abuse. The main product of ketamine metabolism is non-ketamine. After the human body metabolizes ketamine through the liver, about 70% of the urine is discharged as a corresponding metabolite, and only 5% is discharged together with the original drug. Drugs are metabolized faster in the body, usually 2-4 after smoking. It can be detected within a few hours.
This product is a urine test reagent and does not require any equipment. It uses monoclonal antibody technology to specifically detect ketamine in urine to detect whether the suspect's urine contains ketamine metabolites to determine if the suspect is using ketamine.