Level:IntermediateAdvancedTime:44 minsminspublished
Source:Pain Week
Substance MisuseKetamine
Health Disciplines
Physicians and Nurse PractitionersPharmacists

Discusses the neurocognitive effects (euphoria, visual, and auditory hallucinations) that are desired by abusers, but correspond to -adverse events- (dysphoria, frightening hallucinations) in the clin...

Discusses the neurocognitive effects (euphoria, visual, and auditory hallucinations) that are desired by abusers, but correspond to -adverse events- (dysphoria, frightening hallucinations) in the clinical context. Finally, we will examine the toxicity of high dose chronic use as a caution to frequent infusion in certain clinical situations.

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