Will Keith Ablow, MD Be Able To Get Approval For Generic Ketamine Nasal Spray And Ketamine Infusions For Combat Veterans?
Dr. Keith Ablow, is a renowned psychiatrist who treats patients suffering from psychiatric disorders. Dr. Ablow has cured a number of patients with his expertise and knowledge. Dr. Ablow being the most well-known and expert witness in cases that involve psychiatric issues recently coordinated with the FDA to get approval for the use of generic ketamine nasal spray. He also put forth that the use of ketamine infusions should be granted to cure syndromes such as depression or PTSD for combat veterans.
Recently Dr. Keith Ablow made a call to the FDA to get approval for the use of generic ketamine nasal spray and ketamine infusions for combat veterans. Dr. Ablow, in his career has treated a lot of patients using ketamine to get them out of depression or PTSD. The founder of Mind Brain Institute, Dr. Ablow was the first psychiatrist who made use of this medication to get the patient out of trauma and major depression. Dr. Ablow has successfully treated hundreds of patients using generic medication.
Dr. Keith Ablow gave this speech that “It has been extremely gratifying to see patients who were nearly housebound come back to life and go back to work when treated with generic ketamine, first intravenously and then using ketamine nasal spray. Many of these patients were experiencing suicidal thinking, or profoundly disabling anxiety, until receiving ketamine.” He is amongst the first few psychiatrists to successfully cure patients with the use of these generic medicines.
Dr. Ablow has proposed that the generic ketamine nasal spray and ketamine infusions for combat veterans should be made available for all combat veterans. Studies have found out that approximately twenty two veterans commit suicide every day. Dr. Keith Ablow suggested that veterans who are suffering from depression and PTSD should be allowed to get treated with these generic medication options. It has been found out that using ketamine nasal spray and infusion methods is safe for consumption and helps relieve major depression and PTSD.
Dr. Keith Ablow has graduated from the Brown University. He went to the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Ablow is also the author of 15 renowned books. He has treated patients around the world, especially in the United States. Dr. Ablow holds a prominent position in the top 35 influential psychiatrists in the world.