Strong pain medications such as morphine and ketamine did not help.
Everyone in Hollywood should go take his and her mistresses and concubines out for some celebratory Champagne and ketamine.
Alig became hooked on heroin, ketamine, cocaine, and Rohypnol—a stupefying blend of substances for the once sober partier.
He mentions drug use again (doing lines—probably of ketamine, a drug Bary references frequently).
ketamine ke·ta·mine (kē'tə-mēn')
A general anesthetic given intravenously or intramuscularly in the form of its hydrochloride that produces catatonia and profound analgesia with little relaxation of the skeletal muscles.