What are the different types of Ketamine Infusion Therapy?
Low Dose Ketamine Infusion Therapy – Another name for this technique is called the awake technique or in hospital technique. This is when the patient receives a dose of between 20 mg and 35 mg of Ketamine depending on the patient’s weight, complex regional pain syndrome, health, and a variety of other health factors.
Outpatient Ketamine Infusion Therapy – The out-patient version usually entails repeated infusions done over a period of days, weeks, and months. The treatments are slowly decreased as the treatment evolves.
High Dose Ketamine Infusion Therapy – This is when the patient is placed into a medically-induced coma and given an extremely high dosage of Ketamine; typically between 500-700 mg per hour for 5 to 7 days.