In July 2013, a 21-year-old patient with CRPS underwent seven days of a sub-anesthetic ketamine infusion therapy lasting four (4) hours each day.

The patient's treatment was in a hospital setting. The ketamine infusion therapy was complicated by multiple sites of acute pain that trigger neuropathic pain caused by CRPS, including an open gastrocutaneous fistula.



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