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One option for unresolved depression is electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).
At the extreme in this genre is ECT, or shock therapy, which induces seizures—and is typically used as a last resort.
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ECT is administered after a patient has been sedated and given a general anesthetic.
The main advantage of ECT is that it acts much faster than any of the antidepressants.
The usual confused clamour of tongues was rising from this group, and the sub; ect of debate was the eternal 'pice.'Sport and Work on the Nepaul Frontier|James Inglis