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Picked up a friend this week who went to the ER for breathing problems. He had exploratory surgery and was given Ketamine. When he woke up from the surgery, he was paralyzed, unable to talk, or open his mouth, just blink.

He was poked and prodded painfully. He was unable to speak but could feel everything. His muscles had constricted and his hands were claw like. After a gradual 4 hours, his symptoms dissipated.

I have researched Ketamine, aka Special K in street language, a derivative of Angel Dust, a dirty drug. PCP. Why is this being prescribed in a medical environment?