Goat_66628 karma2021-03-20 16:31:25 UTC
I don't think there's any truth to it, but you are just so much easier to monitor when you are awake. I mean, as long as you move your eyes, talk etc, the emt's know that at least you're alive and relatively fine. If you go unconscious, it means something is wrong, and it also requires constant measuring of vital signs and so on.
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Goat_66612 karma2018-01-20 21:58:07 UTC
Being married by dear friend actually sounds really great!
Goat_6667 karma2020-08-10 14:17:45 UTC
I'm curious about this treatment. Was it one time thing, or several infusions? If there was several infusions, did they lower the dosage, or was it the same everytime?
First of all, I am not an expert on this matter, but as I was a nurse-trainee in a hospital, there was this female patient in her 30's, with continuous Ketamine-infusion. Her experience sounded a bit like yours until the dosage was lowered. After that, it worked just fine.
Again, I'm not an expert, and I am sure your doctors know better, but that was the first thing that came to my mind after I read about your experience.
Goat_6663 karma2021-05-09 18:38:16 UTC
What's your job in the navy? How is it, you find it interesting and/or "best job I've ever done", or is more like "kinda meh, but it pays my bills"?
Goat_6661 karma2018-01-11 16:55:51 UTC
Very good answer, I'm Bruins fan too!
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