A Psychonaut's Experience of Intoxication with Multiple Classes of Drugs Including Novel Psychoactive Substance 2-fluorodeschloroketamine: Case Report and Urinary Analysis.


Far West


MountainView Hospital

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Case Report

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2-fluorodeschloroketamine, Novel psychoactive substances, ketamine


Emergency Medicine


Novel psychoactive substances have emerged as drugs of abuse. 2-Fluorodeschloroketamine (2-FDCK) is a ketamine derivative that can be purchased online for as little as $12 per gram. We report the case of a patient with a history of polysubstance use presenting after insufflation of 2-FDCK, with subsequent confirmation of metabolites in the patient's urine. A 28-year-old man presented to the Emergency Department in a dissociated state. He recovered well with supportive care, and described during interview his experience of substance use including the novel psychoactive substance 2-FDCK. A urine sample was sent for analysis and 2-FDCK metabolites were isolated. This case is concerning because 2-FDCK is a relatively new agent that has not yet been reported in the United States. It is easy to obtain over the internet and has significant abuse potential.

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Journal of Psychoactive Drugs