Elektrokrampftherapie als Ultima ratio bei Antidepressiva-Nonrespondern

  • T. Dietzfelbinger
  • H.-J. Möller
  • E. M. Steinmeyer
  • R. Fimmers
Part of the Tropon-Symposium book series (BAYERZNS, volume 5)

Zusammenfassung

Die Elektrokrampftherapie oder Elektrokonvulsionstherapie wurde vor inzwischen mehr als 50 Jahren - auf rein empirischer Basis - ursprünglich zur Therapie der Schizophrenie entwickelt (Kalinowski 1986). Schon bald ließ sich jedoch beobachten, daß sie bei Depressionen, insbesondere solchen endogener Natur, noch wirksamer ist.

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  • T. Dietzfelbinger
  • H.-J. Möller
  • E. M. Steinmeyer
  • R. Fimmers

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