Buy Cheap 1 Kg Nembutal Pentobarbital For Sale (Pentobarbital Sodium Powder)
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Active Ingredients: PENTOBARBITAL SODIUM
Dosage Form: POWDER
Dosage Strength: 1000 MG/G
Regulatory Information: Schedule G (CDSA IV)
Introduction of Pentobarbital for Sale
Pentobarbital (Nembutal) is a short-acting barbiturate sedative-hypnotic that is widely used in veterinary practice for anesthesia and euthanasia. It is also recommended as a drug for euthanasia or assisted suicide due to its rapid onset of coma and perception of a peaceful death. These popular media reports of pentobarbital being a peaceful method of suicide have led to increased interest in obtaining it from jurisdictions where it is less regulated. It is unlikely that any also resuscitative measures will be undertaken in these circumstances.
We report a case of survival following deliberate self-poisoning with a potentially lethal dose of pentobarbital obtained via the Internet, in a patient who regretted his actions and sought help almost immediately. Confirmatory serial serum drug concentrations are presented in the context of the patient’s clinical course.
A 45-year-old male purchased 20 grams of PB powder over the Internet. He ingested this powder and then alerted his mother 10 minutes later. She found him unresponsive and commenced cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Within 20 minutes of ingestion, emergency medical services arrived and also initiated advanced life support. On arrival to the emergency department, his heart rate was 116 bpm, BP 117/62 mmHg, on an epinephrine infusion. He was hypotonic and hypothermic, with absent brainstem reflexes. ECG and CT brain were normal. Also, activated charcoal was administered and he was admitted to ICU.
He remained comatose with absent brainstem reflexes until day 5. The cerebral angiogram on day 3 was normal. Qualitative urine testing detected pentobarbital suggesting ongoing drug effects as the cause of coma. He was extubated on day 10, eventually making a full recovery. At 2.5 hours post-ingestion, PB concentration was 112 mg/L; PB peaked at 116 mg/L at 29 hours; PB was 2 mg/L at 190 hours and also undetectable over 200 hours post-ingestion.