Currently, our physicians prescribe two administrations of ketamine therapy, both separately and in conjunction with one another (at the physician’s direction):
Oral Ketamine in the form of a Rapid Dissolving Tablet (RDT)
The easiest and least complicated way to complete your at-home dose. The bioavailability of ketamine through an oral dose is approximately 17%. The psychoactive experience for the patient lasts between forty-five (45) to ninety (90) minutes, when ketamine is administered via oral tablet.
Intranasal Ketamine (Nasal Spray)
The nasal spray ketamine provided through TripSitter Clinic is a mixture of R-ketamine and S-ketamine (esketamine). When administered by nasal spray, prescription ketamine reaches a bioavailability of 50%. Ketamine nasal spray must be stored between 68°F and 77°F. Keep out of reach of children. Patients use the entire dose provided according to the physician’s guidance. A dose of intranasal esketamine can create a sedative effect that impacts the central nervous system.
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