The risk of a person overdosing on Anesket is very small, but it is possible. Taking too much Anesket may cause problems such as: trouble breathing, heart attack, or seizures.
A person should never take Anesket if he or she has any type of allergic reaction to ketamine. This can include swelling of the mouth, face, lips, throat, or tongue, and hives. A person should not use Anesket if he or she has any type of mental problems, a seizure disorder, or any type of problem with his or her lungs. In addition, it’s best to avoid using Anesket if a person is taking any other medications that affect his or her nervous system.
The usual dose of Anesket is 0.25 mg/kg. This amount of drug Anesket should be given as a single dose. If a person wants to administer a larger dose, he or she should do so only under the guidance of a qualified health care professional.
The length of time Anesket will remain effective depends on the person who is taking it and the reason he or she is using the drug. For example, if a person is experiencing severe pain, then he or she will probably benefit from taking a higher dose of Anesket for a longer period of time.