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Which of the following are true regarding the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of ketamine?
It may be administered therapeutically orally, intravenously, intramuscularly, subcutaneously, transrectally, intrathecally, intra-articularly, intranasally and transdermally.
The ketamine-induced cataleptic state is typically accompanied by nystagmus with pupillary dilation, salivation, lacrimation, and spontaneous limb movements with increased overall muscle tone.
Ketamine is hepatically metabolised.
Ketamine has a small volume of distribution and slow clearance making it less suitable for continuous infusion.
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