New Study Claiming to Show Patient Satisfaction After ECT

By | 2017-10-16T18:46:29+00:00 June 23rd, 2017|Electroshock, News, Topics|

A recent study was published in Progress in Neurology and Psychiatry by consultant psychiatrist Latha Guruvaiah and colleagues. It recorded patients’ and their caregivers’ experiences and attitudes toward ECT following their treatment. However, it is no more than a patient satisfaction survey at one institution and adds nothing to the debate about the safety and effectiveness of ECT, except to confirm, once again, that ECT causes headaches, confusion, and memory loss.

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