Daily Archives: 16/08/2017

The Electroencephalogram in the Management of Psychiatric Conditions

CME | May 07, 2013 | Electroconvulsive Therapy, Addiction, Bipolar Disorder, CME, Neuropsychiatry, Panic AttacksBy Nash N. Boutros, MDLinked ArticlesThe Electroencephalogram in the Management of Psychiatric ConditionsElectroconvulsive Therapy: The Second Most Controversial Medical ProcedureContemporary ECT for Depression Part 1: Practice UpdateContemporary ECT, Part 2: Mechanism of Action and Future Research DirectionsIs ECT an Ethical Treatment?Table: […]

Evidence-Based Guidelines for EEG Utilization at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH)

Gretchen L. Birbeck, E Chomba, […], and the Neurologic & Psychiatric Society of Zambia (NPSZ)Additional article informationBackgroundElectroenphalograph (EEG) technology via a Natus Bio-Logic Ceegraph digital EEG machine will be available at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) very soon. In anticipation of this newly available technology, members of the Neurologic & Psychiatric Society of Zambia discussed the […]

10 Crazy Facts About the Placebo Effect

HEALTH. DAVID DECHER FEBRUARY 16, 2013 Share1K Stumble3 Tweet Pin8 +118 Share5SHARES1KThe Placebo Effect is one of the strangest and least understood phenomenons found in human physiology and psychology. Most of us know a thing or two about it, namely that we can essentially cure ourselves of maladies simply because we believe we are being […]