Here's a few bits I found:
If you wish to list other dissociative agents, you should certainly include tiletamine, the N-ethyl, thienyl analog of ketamine
. In admixture with a benzodiazepine
, it is known as Telazol, and is used as an animal anaesthetic.
<BLOCKQUOTE>Tiletamine is a pharmaceutical related to Ketamine and PCP
which is used almost exclusively by veterinarian for anaesthetizing animals. It is primarily sold compounded with zolazepam (a benzodiazepine) as a powder / tablet which is reconstituted with 0.9% saline solution and then injected.
BRAND NAMES : Telazol
LAW : Tiletamine is listed in Schedule III
although the listing is a little strange (much of the US Schedules are bizarre), listed as "(13) Tiletamine and zolazepam or any salt thereof."
: Clumsiness and unsteadiness, lethargy, dry mouth, nausea, temporary amnesia. Serious side effects may include drowsiness, dizziness and blurred vision, severe headache, confusion, depression, changes in behavior, hallucinations, uncontrolled body or eye movement, muscle weakness, chills or fever, and sore throat. Allergic reactions may include rash or itching, jaundice, low blood pressure, anemia, and low platelet count.
CAUTIONS : Those with a history of drug
abuse may be more susceptible to dependence
. Effects may decrease with prolonged use. Should not be used by pregnant or breast-feeding women.
CAS #: 14176-49-9
There are also a handful of PCP analogues such as PCE and TCP. The effects of all the arylcyclohexylamines
are very similar, differing mainly in intensity and duration.
I'll post more if I find any.