2 nursing organizations' joint statement on ketamine therapy!

See the statement made by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (#AANA) and the American Association of Psychiatric Nurses (#AAPN) on Ketamine for Mood Disorders

https://www.aana.com/home/aana-updates/2019/08/28/ketamine-infusion-therapy-for-psychiatric-disorders-position-statement-issued-by-american-association-of-nurse-anesthetists-and-american-psychiatric-nurses-association

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