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news.com.au 23 Nov, 2021 05:15 am

Catherine McGuigan: Vet surgeon struck off register after giving ketamine to friends

Catherine McGuigan: Vet surgeon struck off register after giving ketamine to friends
A veterinary surgeon has been struck off the register after admitting she injected two friends with a horse tranquilliser during a boozy, drug-fuelled weekend south of Perth.

The SAT said McGuigan began socialising with a couple who used her services and “from time to time, (they) took trips away together during which they used illicit drugs, including ecstasy and cocaine for recreational purposes”.Picture: Supplied/Facebook “When acting in the lawful practice of her profession as a veterinary surgeon, the respondent was authorised to possess ketamine but was not authorised to administer or use ketamine on humans,” the SAT said.to make a clinical record of its supply but she did not do so,” the SAT said.as a registered veterinary surgeon,” the SAT said.

A veterinary surgeon has been struck off the register after admitting she injected two friends with a horse tranquilliser during a boozy, drug-fuelled weekend south of Perth.“As a veterinary surgeon, she was only authorised to administer, supply or use ketamine, diazepam and clenbuterol hydrochloride for the treatment of an animal.

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