S97. Insomnia is Associated With Response to Ketamine Administration in Patients With Major Depressive Disorder

      Dysregulation of sleep is a common feature in depression, including high comorbidity with insomnia. Here we examine how self-rated insomnia relates to the rapid mood improvement effects of ketamine in MDD, and sleep architecture that may contribute to this interaction.
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