Ketamine vs Esketamine

Ketamine Infusions have shown to be effective in treating the following mood and paid disorders and conditions with growing evidence for success as the gold standard of treatment:

  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety and Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Migraines

Considering Ketamine Infusions or Esketamine Nasal Treatment?

Let us help you understand the differences.

Comparing Ketamine Treatments - Ketamine vs Esketamine

Thinking about at-home ketamine therapy?

The following should be considered:

Medical Supervision

Ketamine infusions are typically administered in a clinical setting under medical supervision. This allows healthcare providers to closely monitor your vital signs, response to the treatment, and any potential side effects. This level of supervision ensures your safety during the infusion.

Consistent Dosage

With ketamine infusions, the dosage is carefully controlled and administered by healthcare professionals, ensuring a consistent and accurate dose. In contrast, using ketamine nasal at home may lead to variability in dosing, which could result in unpredictable effects or complications.

Precision and Effectiveness

Ketamine infusions are delivered directly into the bloodstream, providing precise and rapid delivery to the brain. This method can be particularly effective for certain conditions, such as treatment-resistant depression and chronic pain. Ketamine nasal at home might not offer the same level of effectiveness due to differences in absorption and bioavailability.

Reduced Risks

The controlled setting of a medical facility minimizes the risk of misuse or accidental overdoses, which could occur if ketamine is self-administered at home.

Safety Monitoring

In a clinical setting, healthcare providers can quickly respond to any adverse reactions or complications that may arise during the infusion. At home, this level of immediate support may not be available.

Location

Ketamine Clinic of Spokane

3707 S Grand Blvd, Suite 101 D

Spokane, WA 99203

Phone: 509-934-7177

Fax: 509-356-8435

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