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Acute effects of electroconvulsive therapy on brain stem auditory-evoked potentials


, : Acute effects of electroconvulsive therapy on brain stem auditory-evoked potentials. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 52(2): 202-204

The acute effects of electroconvulsive therapy on brain stem auditory evoked potentials were investigated in 6 psychiatric inpatients. Even during the induced seizure, no significant effects were noted, a finding consistent with the stability of these far-field potentials.

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