Lachelle J Wieme

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Myalgias are common in patients treated with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). The mechanism of this side effect is unknown. Two commonly postulated etiologies are the motor activity during the convulsion and the fasciculations induced by succinylcholine. If the former phenomenon accounts for most of themyalgias, then the appropriate strategy will be to(More)
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