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Ketamine HCl 10mg/mL, 50mg/mL, 100mg/mL; soln for IM or IV inj.
AAPM 2012

For Recalcitrant Neuropathic Pain, Consider Outpatient Ketamine

Patients who underwent multiple consecutive days of outpatient ketamine infusion for chronic neuropathic pain had minimal side effects and stable hemodynamics, a retrospective chart review presented during the 2012 American Academy of Pain Medicine Annual Meeting found.
PAINWeek 2014

For Refractory Migraine, Consider Ketamine

When first- and second-line drugs fail in the treatment of refractory migraine, ketamine may be a suitable option. Natalie H. Strand, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Freedom Pain Hospital, Scottsdale, Arizona, reviewed the diagnostic criteria for migraine, clinical presentation of migraine, ketamine pharmacology, and the clinical application of ketamine for migraine for attendees at PAINWeek 2014.

Adding Ketamine to Opioids Doesn’t Reduce Cancer Pain

Using subcutaneously administered ketamine in a dose-escalating regimen as an adjunct to opioids and standard co-analgesics does not have any clinical benefit in relieving cancer pain, but it is associated with increased toxicity