Archive for October 2018

Depression: What We Know About Ketamine Safety Research

The global number of people affected by varying levels of depression has blown up over the past couple of decades. According to the World Health Organization, that number currently sits at well over 300-million. With many cases of depression growing resistant to the most common types of treatment, there is a growing necessity to find…

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Ketamine Infusion Therapy For Depression – How Does it Work?

In the medical world, an infusion is the therapeutic introduction of a fluid other than blood to the human body, by way of the vein and straight into the patient’s bloodstream. Such fluids may include saline (salt) solutions, chemotherapeutic or non-chemotherapeutic agents, or in the case we shall discuss below, a ketamine solution. Whilst injections are…

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Ketamine for Treatment Resistant Depression

  Globally, approximately more than 350-million people of all ages suffer from some form of depression. It is a world-wide epidemic that constitutes the leading global cause of disability. It is also one of the primary contributors to the overall global burden of disease. In its worst form, depression can lead to its most fatal expression…

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