Ketarol Active Ingredient:
The active ingredient of Ketarol is Ketamine Hydrochloride (HCL).
How Does Ketarol Work?
The neurological system is influenced by Ketarol Injection.
Ketarol Injection Should not be used
The effects of Ketarol Injection may alter if you use other medications or over-the-counter remedies at the same time. This could make you more susceptible to negative effects or cause your medication to stop working effectively. Ketarol may not be used with alcohol, aminophylline, halothane, midazolam, pancuronium, vecuronium, thyroxin, enflurane, and ergometrine.
Ketarol Injection Strength
Ketarole injection is available in the following packaging
- 50mg/Ml (500 mg/10 Ml) Injection IM/IV in 10Ml USP Type I clear colorless glass vial
Precautionary measures for use of Ketarol should be considered under the following circumstances:
Do not use machinery or drive a car. Six hours before administration, do not eat or drink anything. Alcoholism, substance addiction, mental health issues, glaucoma, porphyria, or fits are all possible causes of fits. If you’re expecting a child or if you’re nursing a baby.
The injection of ketarol HCL is used to induce anesthesia before administering other general anesthetic drugs.
In Pakistan, it is manufactured by Global Pharmaceuticals.