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Concept Electroconvulsive Therapy
Academic Article Bilateral Forearm Fractures During Modified Electroconvulsive Therapy in a Male Patient With a History of Hyperparathyroidism and Elevated Pseudocholinesterase Activity.
Academic Article Quantification of fracture rate during electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) using state-mandated reporting data.
Academic Article Demographics of Patients Receiving Electroconvulsive Therapy Based on State-Mandated Reporting Data.
Academic Article Modified Anesthesia Protocol for Electroconvulsive Therapy Permits Reduction in Aerosol-Generating Bag-Mask Ventilation during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Academic Article Total Charge Required to Induce a Seizure in a Retrospective Cohort of Patients Undergoing Dose Titration of Right Unilateral Ultrabrief Pulse Electroconvulsive Therapy.
Academic Article Charge required to induce a seizure during initial dose titration using right unilateral brief pulse electroconvulsive therapy.
Academic Article Rate of continuing acute course treatment using right unilateral ultrabrief pulse electroconvulsive therapy at a large academic medical center.
Academic Article Duration of Treatment in Electroconvulsive Therapy Among Patients Beginning With Acute Course Right Unilateral Brief Pulse Stimuli.
Academic Article Changes in seizure duration during acute course electroconvulsive therapy.
Academic Article The effects of anesthetic change on electrographic seizure duration during electroconvulsive therapy.
Academic Article The effects of electroconvulsive therapy on depression and Suicidality in transgender and gender diverse individuals.
Academic Article The Efficacy and Cognitive Effects of Acute Course Electroconvulsive Therapy Are Equal in Adolescents, Transitional Age Youth, and Young Adults.
Academic Article Real-world evidence of age-independent electroconvulsive therapy efficacy: A retrospective cohort study.
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