Sara Ekramzadeh

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INTRODUCTION The aim of this study is to describe the use of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in the treatment of methamphetamine-induced withdrawal delirium and craving in a single case. CASE PRESENTATION A 44-year-old male presented to the hospital in Fars province, Iran, with Methamphetamine-Induced Withdrawal Delirium who responded to ECT. (More)
n 1970, experimental infection of gram-free chickens with an avian herpes virus was found to produce arterial disease that resembled human atherosclerosis. From that time several studies were done on Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) , Chlamydia pneumoniae (Ch. Pnemoniae), cytomegalovirus1 and periodontal infections, which had different results. In 1994,(More)
Electro-convulsive (ECT) therapy is frequently the treatment of choice in pregnant patients. It has been reported that administration of ECT in pregnancy is safe and effective. However, there are few controlled studies of the effects of ECT on pregnancy. The literature is not conclusive regarding ECT-related complications in pregnancy. We describe here the(More)
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