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Ketamine Infusion Procedure by Save Minds at Smart Clinics
It includes a step-by-step guide on how to obtain referrals, what are the documents needed, its indications and contraindications, and determine how quickly you respond to Ketamine.
Risk & Benefits
The use of Ketamine as an off-label drug has many benefits to offer. Learn more about these benefits & potential side effects you need to watch out for after each treatment.
We assist our clients to ensure they are as comfortable as possible throughout the procedure. Our clinic is equipped to monitor heart and respiratory status while undergoing treatment.
If you have questions about the assessment, treatment, risks and benefits of Ketamine, we can assure you we have the answers. Check our FAQ section.
Rapid wide-ranging benefitS
Ketamine continues to attract broad attention is as it has been shown to have a rapid effect on most patients, especially those that have shown resistance to other forms of treatments for depression. One dose of Ketamine infusion treatment for depression will typically kick in within hours of its administration, with its subsequent benefits felt for up to one week. Doctors in the US, due to its rapid onset, will often administer Ketamine to emergency room patients who have attempted to suicide.
Depression is considered complex because of how diverse it is – symptoms typically exist in a spectrum; however, Ketamine appears to present patients with wide ranging benefits across these symptoms. In fact, it has been shown to influence positive effects in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (‘PTSD’), anxious bipolar depression, suicidal thoughts and loss of pleasure (or anhedonia).
The staff at Save Minds is wonderful, attentive and truly care for their patients. My experience was excellent; the treatment was more beneficial than I dared hope. I highly recommend it.
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Our clinics provide patients with paid-for ketamine infusion for depression services – these are particularly helpful for those patients that suffer depression and have also resisted other types of treatments administered to them by either a psychiatrist or a GP. In essence, the service is intended to tackle depression that is non-responsive to Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (‘SSRIs’) or other care plans for patients with severe depression. With more than 300 million people globally suffering some sort of depression, it is by far the leading mental disorder condition.