Childhood Maltreatment May Predict Better Response to IV Ketamine

Confirming results from a previous smaller study, researchers found people who reported a history of childhood maltreatment had a more robust response to intravenous (IV) ketamine than other depressed adults seeking ketamine treatment.

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