by Cathy Parkes August 20, 2021 Updated: April 07, 2022
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is used to treat severe depression that is unresponsive to drug therapy.
Short-term memory loss is EXPECTED after electroconvulsive therapy.
Note: ECT is used in conjunction with drug therapy. It does not replace the need for medication!
To learn more, check out our full article on electroconvulsive therapy!
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