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Studying problems of pain management in India – by Clare Roques | End of life studies


Studying problems of pain management in India – by Clare Roques | End of life studies. An very interesting piece on India by a Scottish PhD Student!

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  1. Great article thanks! BTW, I am part of a group coming out of the most recent CND meeting that is concerned about proposals to schedule ketamine. The Expert Committee on Drug Dependence meets on June 15, and only have responses from 68 countries to their questionnaire. China is pushing for scheduling saying the ECDD didn’t review the “evidence” properly. If you have any ideas on this or contacts of professional societies in countries that use a lot of ketamine, we need evidence to submit to the ECDD. I can send you more information if you think you can reach out to colleagues in developing countries (India is pretty much covered). As you can imagine, if ketamine is scheduled or controlled, access will become more difficult with more problems for surgery, anaesthesia, etc.

    Cheers

    Katherine

    Posted by Katherine Pettus | March 25, 2014, 1:34 PM

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