Update Series (2016) Lesson 28: Ketamine: Its Use and Abuse in Urological Practice
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At the conclusion of this continuing medical education activity, the participant will understand the basic pharmacology, and methods of use and abuse of ketamine, as well as be able to develop a systematic plan for evaluation and treatment of patients presenting with a related urological toxicity.
Geoffrey Gaunay, MD
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Forat Lufti, MD
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Robert Moldwin, MD
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Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine
New Hyde Park, New York
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