Ketamin

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Ketamin ("Ke-tá-mín" Eng-gí: ketamine), mā sio̍k-chheng "K", "khe-á", si chi̍t khoán bâ-io̍h. Tī io̍h-lí-ha̍k-siōng, ketamin sī NMDA siū-thé ê kiat-khòng-che (antagonist). Chit khoán bâ-io̍h ê hù-chok-iōng ū tì-le̍k kiám-thè, áu-thò͘, éng-hióng ho͘-khip kap siau-hoà téng-téng.

Hāu-kó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Ketamin ē hō͘ si̍t-ēng-chiá sán-seng kái-lî-kám (sense of dissocliation), chiō sī chū-ngó͘ tùi sin-thé thoat-lî ê kám-kak. Lēng-gōa koh ū chō-sêng kì-ek sòng-sit (amnesia) ê éng-hióng, kiam sī-kak-sèng ê hoān-kak (hallucination).[1]

Lī-iōng hong-sek[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Chia̍h ketamin ê lâng sú-iōng pún io̍h ê hong-sek ū pau-koat chia̍h-hun ê sî thàu hún tī hun-ki ia̍h tōa-bâ lāi-bīn; ēng phiⁿ-á khip hún; kap lā tī e̍k-thé lāi chù-siā téng khoán. Kòe-liōng ê sú-iōng ē sán-seng ná bâ-chùi khoán ê ti-kak kiám-thè.[1]

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Amaranth Illuminare & Deborah S. Romaine, pian. (2007). "ketamine". The Facts On File Encyclopedia of Health and Medicine. Volume 4. Facts On File. ISBN 0-8160-6063-0.