International Journal of Medicine Research

International Journal of Medicine Research


International Journal of Medicine Research
International Journal of Medicine Research
Vol. 1, Issue 2 (2016)

Comparison conventional SINE WAVE modified ECT with newer BRIEF PULSE modified ECT modes with respect to efficacy and cognitive impairment


Dr Rahul Mandaknalli, Dr Alok N Ghanate, Dr Ajay Dhage, Dr Amol Patange

ECT and cognition have been best studied in connection with memory functions, as memory affects the sufferer predominantly and its assessment is more standardized. There is substantial evidence to document that ECT produces memory impairment. The percentages of EFFICACY at 3rd and 6th ECT with respect to baseline (0th) scores, 44.57% and 73.30% of SINE WAVE ; 56.63% and 91.30% of BRIEF PULSE. Percentages of IMPAIRMENT at 3rd and 6th ECT 13.69% and 34.05% of SINE WAVE and 4.95% and 9.90% of BRIEF PULSE
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How to cite this article:
Dr Rahul Mandaknalli, Dr Alok N Ghanate, Dr Ajay Dhage, Dr Amol Patange. Comparison conventional SINE WAVE modified ECT with newer BRIEF PULSE modified ECT modes with respect to efficacy and cognitive impairment. International Journal of Medicine Research, Volume 1, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 159-160
International Journal of Medicine Research