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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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The main advantage of ECT is that it acts much faster than any of the antidepressants.
ECT is administered after a patient has been sedated and given a general anesthetic.
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