The Practice of Ect in India : Issues Relating Yo the Administration of Ect

  title={The Practice of Ect in India : Issues Relating Yo the Administration of Ect},
  author={A. K. Agarwal and Chittaranjan Andrade and M. Venkataswamy Reddy},
  booktitle={Indian journal of psychiatry},
A questionnaire on ECT, tapping altitudes, opinions and usage, was mailed to all medical members of the Indian Psychiatric Society whose addresses were known; 263 (28.8%) responded. This paper, the first in a series that presents the results of the survey, provides demographic data on the respondents and covers issues relating to the administration of ECT. Specific issues discussed include the ECT personnel, location of the ECT facility, certain ECT prescription patterns, psychiatrist-patient… CONTINUE READING

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