Naloxone has no effect on hormonal responses to ECT in man.

Abstract

Although there is clear evidence in other species that electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is associated with changes in endogenous opioid activity, there are few data available for such a role in man. Since ECT leads to changes in certain hormones in man, particularly serum prolactin, it was postulated that such changes may represent an increase in endogenous… (More)

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@article{Turner1987NaloxoneHN, title={Naloxone has no effect on hormonal responses to ECT in man.}, author={Trevor Howard Turner and Ehud Ur and Ashley B. Grossman}, journal={Psychiatry research}, year={1987}, volume={22 3}, pages={207-12} }