Neuroimaging Before ECT?

@article{Narang2019NeuroimagingBE,
  title={Neuroimaging Before ECT?},
  author={P. Narang and A. Swenson and S. Lippmann},
  journal={The Journal of ECT},
  year={2019}
}
delivery, the known neurovascular lesion, and the metallic aneurysm clip. Over the ECTseries, propofolwas used as the anesthetic agent (dose range, 80–100 mg), succinylcholinewasused as the paralytic agent (dose range, 30–40 mg), and intravenous (IV) ketorolac 30 mg was used for analgesia as needed pretreatment. Per discussion with neurosurgery, it was recommended to maintain systolic BP at less than 140 mm Hg throughout the procedure. Prior to the first treatment, she was given IV labetalol 10… Expand

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