Ketamine Coma Study

A Physician-Patient Perspective

Shannon Stocker, MD

 

These video recordings are intended to serve as a guide to health professionals and research participants in formulating questions about the ketamine coma study.

A physician becomes a patient for the first time for the ketamine coma procedure.

 

Video Presentation

 

Pre-Coma Evaluation

(April 4, 2007)

  Pre-Ketamine Coma Evaluation

(50 minutes, Broadband Video, 340K)

 

 

1 Month After Ketamine Coma

     1 Month After Ketamine Coma

(6 minutes, Broadband Video, 340K, May 23, 2007)

 

1.5 Months After Ketamine Coma

  1.5 Months After Ketamine Coma

(38 minutes, Broadband Video, 340K, June 13, 2007)

 

2 Months After Ketamine Coma

   2 Months After Ketamine Coma

         (32-Minutes, Broadband Video, 340K, June 27, 2007)

 

3 Months After Ketamine Coma

  3 Months After Ketamine Coma

(32-Minutes, Broadband Video,  340K ~ July 11, 2007)

 

3.5 Months After Ketamine Coma

  3.5 Months After Ketamine Coma

(30-Minutes, Broadband Video,  340K ~ July 25, 2007)

 

Shannon Stocker MD Celebrates

2 Years After Ketamine Coma

  2 Years After Ketamine Coma

(17-Minutes, Broadband Video, 340K ~ March 21, 2009)  

 

 

 

Related Sites

Video: Ketamine Coma Procedure & Pregnancy

Video: Preparation of patient for 5-day ketamine coma

Video: Physician-Patient Perspective

 

Video: Report at One Month After Ketamine

 

Physician becomes patient for the study

Shannon Stocker MD

Fernando Cantu MD receives recognition award

Three Month Follow-up Evaluation Post-coma

FOX Television

Other Research Subjects

 

Doctor Stocker is having a baby girl  ... Learn more

FOX TV: Doctor Stocker prepares for the new baby

Photo gallery of Doctor Stocker's new baby

FOX TV: Doctor Stocker Expecting Her Second Child

 

 

 

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