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Stefan Rowny, MD Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatr
Joan Prudic, MD Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
1. ECT treatments started in late 30's
2. Today's ECT is very different than from that of 15-20 years ago. Efforts to make the treatment more focal and physiologic consistent with normal functioning have resulted in a dramatic decrease in the memory loss that accompanied the treatment in its early decades.
3. ECT has the highest success rate of all treatments for depression (There is a 40-60-% response rate with medications comparesd with a 75% response rate or higher with ECT)..
4. Current research focuses on understanding the areas of the brain that are related to symptoms, prediction of response, as well as further reduction of side-effects.
5. Magnetic seizure therapy (MST) is a new potential treatment with magnetically induced seizures that can target brain regions more selectively than ECT.
6. Cognitive remediation, computer tasks that are like exercise for the brain, is being developed to prevent and mitigate the cognitive side effects of the treatment such as memory and problem-solving. Research is also looking at brain circuits to further define possibilities for making convulsive therapy easier to tolerate.
For further information on the Brian Behavior Clinic or to particpate in a research study, please call 646 774-8077
How does your weight or Body Mass Index (BMI) affect your fertility. Does it alter your chances of success with infertility treatment. How does Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affect fertility and infertility treatment. Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Allison Styne, a reproductive endocrinologist with RMA New York.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
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More Creating a Family resources on infertility and PCOS can be found here.
Harm reduction is a process to reduce the amount of use of a substance. Dr. Al Wilson discusses the potential benefits of harm reduction in addiction treatment, this week on Recovery Now! For more information visit Drug-Addiction-Support.org.
When you're struggling with symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder and trauma what's the best way to find treatment? Between the choices of individual therapists, in-patient, outpatient, residential and day treatment it can be tough to identify where to focus your recovery efforts. On this episode Michele defines the differences and offers suggestions to shape your next steps. Michele’s shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal sto
Cheryl Corcoran, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Joshua Berman, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Non-invasive brain stimulation includes transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS).
Transcranial magnetic stimulation or TMS is the application of brief magnetic pulses applied to the scalp. Transcranial direct current stimulation or tDCS is the application of a mild electrical current across the scalp. Both TMS and tDCS modulate the activity of neurons.
Both TMS and tDCS can be used for the treatment of depression, as well as for the treatment of auditory hallucinations.
For information on particlipating in a research study please email Cheryl Corcoran
Corcora@nyspi,columbia.edu or call 646 774 8077
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