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ke•ta•mine



Pronunciation: (kē'tu-mēn", -min), [key]
n. Pharm.
a synthetic nonbarbiturate general anesthetic, C13H16ClNO, used to induce anesthesia, alone or in combination, in surgical or diagnostic procedures of short duration; extensively used in veterinary medicine.

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