The proper ketamine dosage depends on various factors, such as treatment goals, mode of administration, patient age, weight, and metabolism. For this reason, the administering clinician needs to use their better judgment when deciding on the proper dosage of ketamine.
Although ketamine has been in use since the 1960s as an anesthetic and analgesic, recent decades have shown ketamine to effectively alleviate symptoms of various psychiatric conditions, such as treatment-resistant depression (TRD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and various anxiety disorders.
When you think about depression, what do you picture? Do you picture emotions that are hidden away or out in the open?