a hallucinogenic drug, at times referenced as a psychedelic anesthetic due to it initially being cultivated as an amnestic analgesic for usage in surgical anesthesia and was later determined to generate a psychedelic or dissociative response. Its medicinal utilization was cessated because of adverse responses, inclusive of agitation, delirium, disorientation, and hallucinations. 2. abbreviated form of primary care provider.

PCP 1: "The cops said traces of PCP were found at the scene of the crime."
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