Prolonged ketamine infusion as a therapy for complex regional pain syndrome: synergism with antagonism?

@inproceedings{Pickering2014ProlongedKI,
  title={Prolonged ketamine infusion as a therapy for complex regional pain syndrome: synergism with antagonism?},
  author={Anthony E. Pickering and Candida S. McCabe},
  booktitle={British journal of clinical pharmacology},
  year={2014}
}
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) remains a troubling and often refractory pain condition that typically develops either following injury to a peripheral nerve (type II) or following trauma without obvious peripheral nerve damage (type I). It presents with a characteristic constellation of sensory, motor, autonomic and vascular signs, within which pain is the central feature. Its aetiology is uncertain [1], and there is an ongoing debate about whether it is primarily a neuropathic or an… CONTINUE READING
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