Are you concerned about the safety of Ketamine IV Infusion treatments for anxiety, depression, chronic pain, migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, and PTSD? It is a valid question, and if you wish to learn more, you are wise to do so. Research shows that Ketamine IV Infusion treatments for chronic pain and mood disorders are highly safe when administered by highly trained anesthesia providers with Board Certification. The World Health Organization states, “Ketamine is one of the essential drugs due to its therapeutic efficacy and broad margin of safety.” Ketamine is considered a full anesthetic with minor effects on circulatory function, airway reflexes, or respiratory drive. It is widely used in war zones, pediatric and adult surgery, trauma medicine, and emergency rooms.

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