Intranasal ketamine appears effective in treating chronic migraine: study

Half the patients say the treatment works and over third report an improvement in quality of life: study
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Intranasal ketamine seems effective for refractory chronic migraine, with about half of patients reporting it as very effective, according to US findings.

Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia conducted a retrospective study at a tertiary headache centre to examine the effectiveness and tolerability of intranasal ketamine for chronic migraine.