Gjøvik 2019

Monitoring Treatment and Long-Term Outcome

Anesthesia and Treatment Monitoring

The Importance of Anesthesia in ECT – Alexander Sartorius

Ketamine in the Treatment of Depression and its Use in ECT Anesthesia – Chittaranjan Andrade

Speed of Recovery from Disorientation as a Predictor of ECT Treatment Outcome – Tor Magne Bjölseth

Clinical Monitoring and Preventing Relapse

Relapse After Successful ECT Index Series – Charles Kellner

Individualized Maintenance and Continuation ECT – Håkan Odeberg

A Controlled Study of Maintenance ECT – Axel Nordenskjöld

Safety and Effectiveness of Maintenance ECT, the UK Perspective – George Kirov

Recommendations for Continuation and Maintenance ECT in Different Patient Populations – Charles Kellner

Nursing Role in Treatment and Monitoring – Mette Susanne Bjerkhof and Håkan Odeberg


EEG – Understanding, Interpretations and Clinical Implications – Eivind Aakhus, Per Bergsholm

Clinical Monitoring and Nursing Role – Mette Susanne Bjerkhof

Getting Closer with Patients – Pia Merete Andersen


Mechanism of Action, Ensuring Effective Treatment and Clinical Response

Eliciting and Ensuring an Optimized Seizure – Per Bergsholm

Mechanism of Action and Biological Changes in ECT – Ute Kessler

Clinical Features Indicating Future Response to ECT – Pascal Sienaert