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Together Mental Health Clinic is Now REMS Certified to Provide SPRAVATO® (esketamine) CIII Nasal Spray Medication for Adults with Treatment-Resistant Depression.

Get   to  Know  Spravato®  

  • Studied in adults with treatment-resistant depression*
  • Nasal spray you self-administer under the supervision of a healthcare provider
  • Taken with an oral antidepressant
  • Greater reduction of depression symptoms at four weeks‡ (compared to those who received a placebo and oral antidepressant)
  • After 16 weeks of therapy, those patients who stayed on SPRAVATO®† did better than those who stopped therapy
  • Tell your healthcare provider if you have a history of drug or alcohol abuse
  • After you take SPRAVATO®, a healthcare provider will monitor you for at least two hours during the observation period for possible side effects. More About Side Effects

Spravato®  Safety  and Tolerability

  • SPRAVATO® nasal spray was evaluated for safety in both short- and long-term clinical trials of adults diagnosed with treatment-resistant depression
  • Do not take SPRAVATO® if you have a blood vessel disease (aneurysm), an abnormal connection between your blood vessels (arteriovenous malformation), a history of bleeding in the brain or are allergic to esketamine, ketamine or any of the ingredients in SPRAVATO®. Talk to your healthcare provider to learn more.
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