Quality of web based information on treatment of depression: A Killing Cure 1st ed. Child Psychology and Psychiatry Review. People who specialize in psychiatry often differ from most other mental health professionals and physicians in that they must be familiar with both the social and biological sciences. This usually involves interviewing the person and often obtaining information from other sources such as other health and social care professionals, relatives, associates, law enforcement personnel, emergency medical personnel, and psychiatric rating scales. Conditioning and sensitisation in the longitudinal course of affective illness. British Journal of Psychiatry.
He also notes small overall numbers for ECT in adolescents reflected in the review study: One contributing factor for less ECT use at Mayo Clinic's campus in Minnesota is that many children seen there live some distance away. Having to remain away from home and stay in Rochester for three weeks as an inpatient is a deterrent for parents agreeing to ECT for their children, due to disruption for the family and being far away from family and friends. Yet, when ECT is used for appropriate patients, Dr. Huxsahl has seen remarkable turnarounds. ECT has put them in remission from their depression," he says, "rendering them able to do their schoolwork and normal activities again.
Huxsahl suspects many medical centers may not have a dedicated ECT suite, he believes that child psychiatrists often have access to a facility that does have such a setup. Beyond an appropriate setting for ECT, the mindset of the treating psychiatrist is critical, per Dr. If you never consider it, you won't do it — you're never going to use a treatment you don't think about. At least 'keep it on the table,' if you will. Puffer CC, et al. A 20 year practice review of electroconvulsive therapy for adolescents.
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