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    1. Chung, KF; Wong, SJ
      Stimulus dose titration for electroconvulsive therapy

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    2. Boylan, LS; Devanand, DP; Lisanby, SH; Nobler, MS; Prudic, J; Sackeim, HA
      Focal prefrontal seizures induced by bilateral ECT

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    3. Chanpattana, W; Chakrabhand, MLS
      Factors influencing treatment frequency of continuation ECT in schizophrenia

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    4. Amiaz, R; Stein, O; Schreiber, S; Danon, PN; Dolberg, OT; Grunhaus, L
      Magnetic and seizure thresholds before and after six electroconvulsive treatments

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    5. Sackeim, HA; Devanand, DP; Lisanby, SH; Nobler, MS; Prudic, J; Heyer, EJ; Ornstein, E; Weiner, RD; Krystal, AD; Coffey, CE; Greenberg, RM; Husain, M; Lite, MS; Fernandez, P; Gaines, GY
      Treatment of the modal patient: Does one size fit nearly all?

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    6. Swartz, CM
      Stimulus dosing in electroconvulsive therapy and the threshold multiple method

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    7. Frey, R; Heiden, A; Scharfetter, J; Schreinzer, D; Blasbichler, T; Tauscher, J; Felleiter, P; Kasper, S
      Inverse relation between stimulus intensity and seizure duration: Implications for ECT procedure

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    8. Delva, NJ; Brunet, DG; Hawken, ER; Kesteven, RM; Lawson, JS; Lywood, DW; Rodenburg, M; Waldron, JJ
      Characteristics of responders and nonresponders to brief-pulse right unilateral ECT in a controlled clinical trial

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    9. Andrade, C
      Quantifying the ECT dose: The right unit remains elusive

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    10. Tchekalarova, J; Kambourova, T; Georgiev, V
      Effects of angiotensin III and angiotensin IV on pentylenetetrazol seizuresusceptibility (threshold and kindling): Interaction with adenosine A(1) receptors

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    11. Durand, DM; Bikson, M
      Suppression and control of epileptiform activity by electrical stimulation: A review

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE
    12. Tominaga, K; Yamauchi, A; Shuto, H; Niizeki, M; Makino, K; Oishi, R; Kataoka, Y
      Ovariectomy aggravates convulsions and hippocampal gamma-aminobutyric acidinhibition induced by cyclosporin A in rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Tang, WK; Ungvari, GS
      Asystole during electroconvulsive therapy: a case report

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    14. Krystal, AD; Holsinger, T; Weiner, RD; Coffey, CE
      Prediction of the utility of a switch from unilateral to bilateral ECT in the elderly using treatment 2 ictal EEG indices

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    15. Delva, NJ; Brunet, D; Hawken, ER; Kesteven, RM; Lawson, JS; Lywood, DW; Rodenburg, M; Waldron, JJ
      Electrical dose and seizure threshold: Relations to clinical outcome and cognitive effects in bifrontal, bitemporal, and right unilateral ECT

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    16. Scott, AIF; Boddy, H
      The effect of repeated bilateral electroconvulsive therapy on seizure threshold

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    17. Girish, K; Mayur, PM; Saravanan, ESM; Janakiramaiah, N; Gangadhar, BN; Subbakrishna, DK; Rao, GSU
      Seizure threshold estimation by formula method: A prospective study in unilateral ECT

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    18. Shapira, B; Tubi, N; Lerer, B
      Balancing speed of response to ECT in major depression and adverse cognitive effects: Role of treatment schedule

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    19. Boylan, LS; Haskett, RF; Mulsant, BH; Greenberg, RM; Prudic, J; Spicknall, K; Lisanby, SH; Sackeim, HA
      Determinants of seizure threshold in ECT: Benzodiazepine use, anesthetic dosage, and other factors

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    20. Levin, L; Wambold, D; Viguera, A; Welch, CA; Drop, LJ
      Hemodynamic responses to ECT in a patient with critical aortic stenosis

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    21. Krystal, AD; West, M; Prado, R; Greenside, H; Zoldi, S; Weiner, RD
      EEG effects of ECT: Implications for rTMS

      DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY
    22. Lisanby, SH; Belmaker, RH
      Animal models of the mechanisms of action of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS): Comparisons with electroconvulsive shock (ECS)

      DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY
    23. McBrien, DM; Bonthius, DJ
      Seizures in infants and young children

      INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN
    24. Tchekalarova, J; Kambourova, T; Georgiev, V
      Long-term theophylline treatment changes the effects of angiotensin II andadenosinergic agents on the seizure threshold

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    25. Ebert, U; Loscher, W
      Strong olfactory stimulation reduces seizure susceptibility in amygdala-kindled rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    26. Dawkins, K; Ekstrom, RD; Hill, MA; Isaacs, DL; Golden, RN
      Ethnicity and seizure threshold

      PROGRESS IN NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    27. Chanpattana, W; Buppanharun, W; Raksakietisak, S; Chakrabhand, MLS
      Seizure threshold rise during electroconvulsive therapy in schizophrenic patients

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    28. Routledge, C; Bromidge, SM; Moss, SF; Price, GW; Hirst, W; Newman, H; Riley, G; Gager, T; Stean, T; Upton, N; Clarke, SE; Brown, AM; Middlemiss, DN
      Characterization of SB-271046: A potent, selective and orally active 5-HT6receptor antagonist

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    29. Maayan, R; Yagorowski, Y; Grupper, D; Weiss, M; Shtaif, B; Abou Kaoud, M; Weizman, A
      Basal plasma dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate level: A possible predictor for response to electroconvulsive therapy in depressed psychotic inpatients

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    30. Chanpattana, W; Chakrabhand, MLS; Buppanharun, W; Sackeim, HA
      Effects of stimulus intensity on the efficacy of bilateral ECT in schizophrenia: A preliminary study

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    31. Sackeim, HA; Prudic, J; Devanand, DP; Nobler, MS; Lisanby, SH; Peyser, S; Fitzsimons, L; Moody, BJ; Clark, J
      A prospective, randomized, double-blind comparison of bilateral and right unilateral electroconvulsive therapy at different stimulus intensities

      ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY
    32. McCall, WV; Reboussin, DM; Weiner, RD; Sackheim, HA
      Titrated moderately suprathreshold vs fixed high-dose right unilateral electroconvulsive therapy - Acute antidepressant and cognitive effects

      ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY
    33. Krystal, AD; Dean, MD; Weiner, RD; Tramontozzi, LA; Connor, KM; Lindahl, VH; Massie, RW
      ECT stimulus intensity: Are present ECT devices too limited?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    34. Krystal, AD; Prado, R; West, M
      New methods of time series analysis of non-stationary EEG data: eigenstructure decompositions of time varying autoregressions

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. Shapira, B; Lerer, B
      Speed of response to bilateral ECT: An examination of possible predictors in two controlled trials

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    36. Scott, AIF; Dykes, S
      Initial seizure threshold in the clinical practice of bilateral electroconvulsive therapy in Edinburgh, Scotland

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    37. Tchekalarova, J; Georgiev, V
      Adenosine-angiotensin II interactions in pentylenetetrazol seizure threshold in mice

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    38. Altenburg, SP; Farah, MB
      Tizanidine protects mice against convulsions induced by lidocaine: Involvement of alpha(2)-adrenoceptors

      PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
    39. Prudic, J; Fitzsimons, L; Nobler, MS; Sackeim, HA
      Naloxone in the prevention of the adverse cognitive effects of ECT: A within-subject, placebo controlled study

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    40. Godfroid, IO
      The influence of gender factors in psychiatric treatment

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHIATRIE
    41. Torigoe, K; Potter, PE; Katz, DP
      Branched-chain amino acid-induced hippocampal norepinephrine release is antagonized by picrotoxin: Evidence for a central mode of action

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    42. Cheong, JH; Seo, DO; Ryu, JR; Shin, CY; Kim, YT; Kim, HC; Kim, WK; Ko, KH
      Lead induced thiamine deficiency in the brain decreased the threshold of electroshock seizure in rat

      TOXICOLOGY
    43. Almeida, L; Flores, M; Palacios, L; Garnica, R; de la Pena, F; Juarez, J; Cortes, J; Heinze, G
      Electroconvulsive therapy: clinical experience at the Instituto Mexicano de Psiquiatria 1995-1998.

      SALUD MENTAL
    44. Heikman, P; Tuunainen, A; Kuoppasalmi, K
      Value of the initial stimulus dose in right unilateral and bifrontal electroconvulsive therapy

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    45. Wijeratne, C; Halliday, GS; Lyndon, RW
      The present status of electroconvulsive therapy: a systematic review

      MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA
    46. Frye, CA; Bayon, LE
      Prenatal stress reduces the effectiveness of the neurosteroid 3 alpha,5 alpha-THP to block kainic-acid-induced seizures

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    47. Tew, JD; Mulsant, BH; Haskett, RF; Prudic, J; Thase, ME; Crowe, RR; Dolata, D; Begley, AE; Reynolds, CF; Sackeim, HA
      Acute efficacy of ECT in the treatment of major depression in the old-old

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    48. West, M; Prado, R; Krystal, AD
      Evaluation and comparison of EEG traces: Latent structure in nonstationarytime series

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION
    49. West, M; Prado, R; Krystal, AD
      Evaluation and comparison of EEG traces: Latent structure in nonstationarytime series

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION
    50. Devanand, DP; Lisanby, SH; Nobler, MS; Sackeim, HA
      The relative efficiency of altering pulse frequency or train duration whendetermining seizure threshold

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    51. Gangadhar, BN; Girish, K; Janakiramiah, N; Subbakrishna, DK; Parameshwara, G; Prasad, KMR
      Formula method for stimulus setting in bilateral electroconvulsive therapy: Relevance of age

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    52. Fochtmann, LJ
      Genetic approaches to the neurobiology of electroconvulsive therapy

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    53. WLAZ P; POTSCHKA H; LOSCHER W
      FRONTAL VERSUS TRANSCORNEAL STIMULATION TO INDUCE MAXIMAL ELECTROSHOCK SEIZURES OR KINDLING IN MICE AND RATS

      Epilepsy research
    54. TCHEKALAROVA J; GEORGIEV V
      FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR INTERACTION BETWEEN ANGIOTENSIN-II AND DOPAMINE-RECEPTORS (EXPERIMENTS ON APOMORPHINE STEREOTYPY)

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    55. Mevissen, M; Ebert, U
      Anticonvulsant effects of melatonin in amygdala-kindled rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    56. BEALE MD
      STIMULUS DOSING METHODS IN ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY

      Psychiatric annals
    57. Weiss, SRB; Eidsath, A; Li, XL; Heynen, T; Post, RM
      Quenching revisited: Low level direct current inhibits amygdala-kindled seizures

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    58. LISANBY SH; DEVANAND DP; PRUDIC J; PIERSON D; NOBLER MS; FITZSIMONS L; SACKEIM HA
      PROLACTIN RESPONSE TO ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY - EFFECTS OF ELECTRODE PLACEMENT AND STIMULUS DOSAGE

      Biological psychiatry
    59. BECKER HC; VEATCH LM; DIAZGRANADOS JL
      REPEATED ETHANOL WITHDRAWAL EXPERIENCE SELECTIVELY ALTERS SENSITIVITYTO DIFFERENT CHEMOCONVULSANT DRUGS IN MICE

      Psychopharmacology
    60. FREY HH; BARTELS I
      FELBAMATE AND MEPROBAMATE - A COMPARISON OF THEIR ANTICONVULSANT PROPERTIES

      Epilepsy research
    61. NAGATOMI A; MISHIMA M; TSUZUKI O; OHDO S; HIGUCHI S
      UTILITY OF A RECTAL SUPPOSITORY CONTAINING THE ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG ZONISAMIDE

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    62. NOBLER MS; SACKEIM HA; MOELLER JR; PRUDIC J; PETKOVA E; WATERNAUX C
      QUANTIFYING THE SPEED OF SYMPTOMATIC IMPROVEMENT WITH ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY - COMPARISON OF ALTERNATIVE STATISTICAL-METHODS

      Convulsive therapy
    63. HILL MA; COURVOISIE H; DAWKINS K; NOFAL P; THOMAS B
      ECT FOR THE TREATMENT OF INTRACTABLE MANIA IN 2 PREPUBERTAL MALE-CHILDREN

      Convulsive therapy
    64. SACKEIM HA
      COMMENTS ON THE HALF-AGE METHOD OF STIMULUS DOSING

      Convulsive therapy
    65. KORNSTEIN SG
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN DEPRESSION - IMPLICATIONS FOR TREATMENT

      The Journal of clinical psychiatry
    66. MORIMOTO K; SATO H; SATO K; SATO S; YAMADA N
      BW1003C87, PHENYTOIN AND CARBAMAZEPINE ELEVATE SEIZURE THRESHOLD IN THE RAT AMYGDALA-KINDLING MODEL OF EPILEPSY

      European journal of pharmacology
    67. APPLEGATE CD; SAMORISKI GM; OZDUMAN K
      EFFECTS OF VALPROATE, PHENYTOIN, AND MK-801 IN A NOVEL MODEL OF EPILEPTOGENESIS

      Epilepsia
    68. PETRIDES G; DIVADEENAM KM; BUSH G; FRANCIS A
      SYNERGISM OF LORAZEPAM AND ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY IN THE TREATMENTOF CATATONIA

      Biological psychiatry
    69. KITANO Y; USUI C; TAKASUNA K; HIROHASHI M; NOMURA M
      INCREASING-CURRENT ELECTROSHOCK SEIZURE TEST - A NEW METHOD FOR ASSESSMENT OF ANTI-CONVULSANT AND PRO-CONVULSANT ACTIVITIES OF DRUGS IN MICE

      Journal of pharmacological and toxicological methods
    70. FOLKERTS H
      THE ICTAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM AS A MARKER FOR THE EFFICACY OF ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY

      European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience
    71. ROSTOCK A; TOBER C; RUNDFELDT C; BARTSCH R; ENGEL J; POLYMEROPOULOS EE; KUTSCHER B; LOSCHER W; HONACK D; WHITE HS; WOLF HH
      D-23129 - A NEW ANTICONVULSANT WITH A BROAD-SPECTRUM ACTIVITY IN ANIMAL-MODELS OF EPILEPTIC SEIZURES

      Epilepsy research
    72. PETRIDES G; FINK M
      THE HALF-AGE STIMULATION STRATEGY FOR ECT DOSING

      Convulsive therapy
    73. SIERRAPAREDES G; SIERRAMARCUNO G
      EFFECTS OF NMDA ANTAGONISTS ON SEIZURE THRESHOLDS INDUCED BY INTRAHIPPOCAMPAL MICRODIALYSIS OF PICROTOXIN IN FREELY MOVING RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    74. PARRA MSDLY; AGRAZ FP; SANCHEZ HN
      CLINICAL-EXPERIENCE WITH ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY AT THE INSTITUTO-MEXICANO-DE-PSIQUIATRIA

      Archives of medical research
    75. KRYSTAL AD; WEINER RD; COFFEY CE; MCCALL WV
      EFFECT OF ECT TREATMENT NUMBER ON THE ICTAL EEG

      Psychiatry research
    76. SUPPES T; WEBB A; CARMODY T; GORDON E; GUTIERREZESTEINOU R; HUDSON JI; POPE HG
      IS POSTICTAL ELECTRICAL SILENCE A PREDICTOR OF RESPONSE TO ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY

      Journal of affective disorders
    77. LAWSON JS
      GENDER ISSUES IN ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY

      Psychiatric annals
    78. JACKSON HC; HANSEN HC; KRISTIANSEN M; SUZDAK PD; KLITGAARD H; JUDGE ME; SWEDBERG MDB
      ANTICONVULSANT PROFILE OF THE IMIDAZOQUINAZOLINES NNC 14-0185 AND NNC14-0189 IN RATS AND MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    79. KOPPEL BS; SAMKOFF L; DARAS M
      RELATION OF COCAINE USE TO SEIZURES AND EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    80. FRANCIS A; FOCHTMANN L
      GENETIC-VARIATION IN IMMEDIATE DELAYED POSTICTAL REFRACTORY PERIOD INRATS

      Brain research
    81. JENKINS TA; ALLEN AM; CHAI SY; MENDELSOHN FAO
      INTERACTIONS OF ANGIOTENSIN-II WITH CENTRAL CATECHOLAMINES

      Clinical and experimental hypertension
    82. WEISS SRB; LI XL; ROSEN JB; LI H; HEYNEN T; POST RM
      QUENCHING - INHIBITION OF DEVELOPMENT AND EXPRESSION OF AMYGDALA-KINDLED SEIZURES WITH LOW-FREQUENCY STIMULATION

      NeuroReport
    83. KELLNER CH
      DEFINING A COURSE OF ECT

      Convulsive therapy
    84. DEVAUD LL; PURDY RH; MORROW AL
      THE NEUROSTEROID, 3-ALPHA-HYDROXY-5-ALPHA-PREGNAN-20-ONE, PROTECTS AGAINST BICUCULLINE-INDUCED SEIZURES DURING ETHANOL WITHDRAWAL IN RATS

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    85. DERIU PL; MAMELI P; BECCIU A; SIMULA ME; MAMELI O
      EFFECT OF FETAL HYPOXIA ON SEIZURE SUSCEPTIBILITY IN RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    86. HASAN Z; KHATIB S; ABULABAN A
      EFFECTS OF PROPOFOL AND THIOPENTONE ON PICROTOXIN CONVULSIVE THRESHOLD IN THE RABBIT

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    87. LOSCHER W; WAHNSCHAFFE U; HONACK D; RUNDFELDT C
      DOES PROLONGED IMPLANTATION OF DEPTH ELECTRODES PREDISPOSE THE BRAIN TO KINDLING

      Brain research
    88. COFFEY CE; LUCKE J; WEINER RD; KRYSTAL AD; AQUE M
      SEIZURE THRESHOLD IN ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY (ECT) .2. THE ANTICONVULSANT EFFECT OF ECT

      Biological psychiatry
    89. COFFEY CE; LUCKE J; WEINER RD; KRYSTAL AD; AQUE M
      SEIZURE THRESHOLD IN ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY .1. INITIAL SEIZURE THRESHOLD

      Biological psychiatry
    90. LERER B; SHAPIRA B; CALEV A; TUBI N; DREXLER H; KINDLER S; LIDSKY D; SCHWARTZ JE
      ANTIDEPRESSANT AND COGNITIVE EFFECTS OF TWICE-WEEKLY VERSUS 3-TIMES-WEEKLY ECT

      The American journal of psychiatry
    91. HARTUNG J; YING H; WEINBERGER J; COTTRELL JE
      PROPOFOL PREVENTS OR ELEVATES THE THRESHOLD FOR LIDOCAINE-INDUCED SEIZURES IN RATS

      Journal of neurosurgical anesthesiology
    92. MURTHY R; NEWTON K; QURESHI J
      THE ASSOCIATION OF FLUOXETINE WITH SEIZURES

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    93. FREDMAN B; HUSAIN MM; WHITE PF
      ANESTHESIA FOR ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY - USE OF PROPOFOL REVISITED

      European journal of anaesthesiology
    94. NOBLER MS; SACKEIM HA; PROHOVNIK I; MOELLER JR; MUKHERJEE S; SCHNUR DB; PRUDIC J; DEVANAND DP
      REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW IN MOOD DISORDERS .3. TREATMENT AND CLINICAL-RESPONSE

      Archives of general psychiatry
    95. ENNS MW
      ELECTRIC STIMULUS ENERGY AND THE CLINICAL-RESPONSE TO ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY

      Canadian journal of psychiatry
    96. LETEMENDIA FJJ; DELVA NJ; RODENBURG M; LAWSON JS; INGLIS J; WALDRON JJ; LYWOOD DW
      THERAPEUTIC ADVANTAGE OF BIFRONTAL ELECTRODE PLACEMENT IN ECT

      Psychological medicine
    97. ZHANG H; WENG XJ; ROSENBERG HC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA PARS-RETICULATA NEURONS BASED ONRESPONSE TO IONTOPHORETICALLY APPLIED GABA AND FLURAZEPAM

      Life sciences
    98. ENDO K; MORITA K; UCHIYAMA Y; TAKADA K; TSUJIMOTO A; DOHI T
      INVOLVEMENT OF BRAIN SEROTONERGIC FUNCTION IN LIDOCAINE-INDUCED CONVULSIONS IN MICE

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    99. HEAVNER JE; ARTHUR J; ZOU J; MCDANIEL K; TYMANSZRAM B; ROSENBERG PH
      COMPARISON OF PROPOFOL WITH THIOPENTONE FOR TREATMENT OF BUPIVACAINE-INDUCED SEIZURES IN RATS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    100. MORI N; WADA JA; YOKOYAMA N; ARIGA K; KUMASHIRO H
      IPSILATERAL HEMICONVULSIVE SEIZURE AFTER UNILATERAL INJECTION OF PROCAINE INTO THE SUBSTANTIA INNOMINATA OF AMYGDALOID-KINDLED RATS

      Brain research


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