5 edition of Electroconvulsive therapy found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Sidney Malitz and Harold A. Sackeim.|
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,, v. 462|
|Contributions||Malitz, Sidney, 1923-, Sackeim, Harold A., New York Academy of Sciences., National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .N5 vol. 462, RC485 .N5 vol. 462|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 424 p. :|
|Number of Pages||424|
|ISBN 10||0897663209, 0897663195|
|LC Control Number||86002471|
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a safe and effective treatment for certain psychiatric disorders. ECT is most commonly used to treat severe depression (major depression). It is often the fastest and best treatment available for this illness. The Electroconvulsive Therapy Workbook integrates the history of ECT with major advances in practice, including ultrabrief ECT, in a hands-on workbook format. Novel forms of neurostimulation are reviewed, highlighting the future directions of practice in this exciting area.
Over the past several decades, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) has been proven to be perhaps the most effective somatic treatment for mood disorders (Kellner et al. ).The continued use of ECT spurred more systematic research on its indications, techniques to maximize efficacy and minimize side effects, and understanding ECT’s mechanism of action. Electroconvulsive Therapy by Richard Abrams Our Price: $ I have read Richard Abrams' book, "Electroconvulsive Therapy," numerous times, and refer to it often. It is considered the bible of ECT, although the contradictions between the book and Abrams' other works are apparent.
ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY TODAY Irving M. Reti, M.B.B.S., is the director of the Electroconvulsive Therapy Service at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at File Size: KB. Psychiatry: Still shocking after all these years. The purpose of this page is to give the facts about Electroshock Treatment (Electroconvulsive therapy, ECT) including it’s history, documented risks, known statistics on modern day usage, as well as a detailed timeline of ECT starting with its inception in , to the FDA’s initial involvement with the ECT device () and ending with.
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Handbook of ECT: A Guide to Electroconvulsive Therapy for Practitioners Charles H. Kellner. out of 5 stars 3. Kindle Edition. $ Next. Editorial Reviews Review "This excellent text is a complete synopsis of the current status of ECT and an important volume to be aware of.
The more knowledge the clinician has about the facts of this 4/4(4). Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) remains a widely used treatment for severe mental illness -- and perhaps the most effective.
It behooves psychiatrists, then, whether in practice or still in training, to be skilled both in diagnosis and the techniques of the : $ In a patient under intravenous sedation or general anesthesia, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) uses an electric current to create a generalized cerebral seizure.
Although it is primarily utilized to treat patients with severe depression, patients with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, catatonia, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, and bipolar disorder may. In this fully-revised fourth edition of what has long been the standard textbook Electroconvulsive therapy book the field, Dr.
Richard Abrams once again demonstrates his unique ability to analyze and present a wealth of new(and often technical) material in a lucid, compelling, and highly readable fashion. Hundreds of new clinical studies called from the more than published since the third 5/5(1). Review "Shock Therapy is based on contemporary research that includes both manuscript and printed sources as well as interviews with individuals who have played key roles in the history of ECT.
It is a controversial work, if only because its authors combine both historical analysis and advocacy. Nevertheless, the book--which includes discussions of such contemporary /5(9).
A comprehensive discussion of electroconvulsive therapy by a distinguished clinician-researcher, this fine work traces the technique's development from the 16th century to the present, and offers a step-by-step guide to the treatment sequence.
The author describes the general medical and cerebral physiology of ECT, the treatment of high-risk patients, memory and cognitive effects 5/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: The history of pediatric ECT / Edward Shorter --The mechanism of action of ECT / Max Fink --ECT and stigma / Andrew McDonald and Garry Walter --Ethical and consent aspects / Michael Robertson, Joseph M.
Rey and Garry Walter --A practical guide to. Electroconvulsive Therapy: an Australasian Guide brings together relevant information about ECT that will be of great value to both healthcare providers and to those whose lives are affected by severe mental illness.
Doctors need to be aware of the developments in the administration and monitoring of ECT. Electroconvulsive Therapy: A History of Controversy, but Also of Help. Critics have portrayed ECT as a form of medical abuse. Yet many psychiatrists, and more importantly, patients, consider it to.
This book is the new definitive reference on electroconvulsive and neuromodulation therapy. It comprehensively covers both the scientific basis and clinical practice of ECT, as well as providing readers with administrative perspectives for the training and management of this modality in clinical practice.
The findings of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Task Force on ECT were published by the APA in as the first edition of The Practice of Electroconvulsive Therapy, inaugurating the development of ECT guidelines by groups both within the United States and internationally.
Since then, advances in the use of this technically. Electroconvulsive Therapy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this third edition of his indispensable textbook on ECT, Dr. Electroconvulsive (Electroshock) Therapy electroconvulsive therapy The therapeutic possibilities of these treatments were discovered in the s by Manfred Sakel, a Polish psychiatrist, using insulin; L.
Meduna, an American psychiatrist, using Metrazol; and Ugo Cerletti and Lucio Bini, Italian psychiatrists, using electric shock. Electroconvulsive therapy, or ECT for short, is a treatment that involves sending an electric current through your brain, causing a brief surge of electrical activity within your brain (also known as a seizure).
The aim of the treatment is to relieve the symptoms of some mental health problems. ECT is given under a general anaesthetic, so you. Electroconvulsive therapy was born.
InCerletti and his psychiatrist colleague Lucio Bini developed the first ECT device and treated their first human patient, a. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) uses an electric current to treat depression and some other mental illnesses.
During ECT, the electric current triggers a seizure in the brain. Doctors believe that the seizure activity may help the brain "rewire" itself, which helps relieve symptoms. ECT is generally safe and effective.
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a non-medication medical treatment that addresses severe psychiatric symptoms, after trials of medications and psychotherapy have been unsuccessful or a mental health disorder is determined to be severe and acute enough to warrant this intervention.
During this brain stimulation procedure, a health care professional passes an electric current. In the book, Shock: The Healing Power of Electroconvulsive Therapy co-authored by journalist Larry Tye, she talks about her personal battle with depression and how ECT was a life-saving treatment for her.
Carrie Fisher, actress and novelist, writes about her experience with mental health and substance use and her experience with ECT in her book. In this fully-revised fourth edition of what has long been the standard textbook for the field, Dr.
Richard Abrams once again demonstrates his unique ability to analyze and present a wealth of new(and often technical) material in a lucid, compelling, and highly readable fashion. Hundreds of new clinical studies called from the more than published since the third edition appeared.
Convulsive therapy, with chemically induced seizures, was first demonstrated in in Europe to relieve psychosis—particularly the catatonic type. Within 4 years, electrical induction (also known as electroconvulsive therapy, or ECT) was shown to be as effective and much easier to by: 1. The book begins with an overview of what ECT is and how it is carried out, followed by a brief history of the therapy, from its earliest applications to its use in modern times.
The guide follows the typical course of treatment, discussing the following. Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Michael Schrift, DO (University of Washington School of Medicine) Description: It is most unfortunate that electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) remains an underutilized and frequently neglected lifesaving treatment modality.
ECT is the most effective treatment in psychiatry for melancholia and catatonic states, relieving these illnesses Brand: Oxford University Press. The Electroconvulsive Therapy Stimulus, Seizure Introduction, and SDeizure Quality 7. Treatment Electrode Placement: Bitemporal, Unilateral, Bifrontal The book ends with an exhaustive reference section and a helpful index.
Assessment: This book remains the gold standard for the analysis of the ECT literature and the practicalities of using Price: $