Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) for Depression in Children and Adolescents

Topics: adolescents | Brain Devices | children | Depression | Free Articles | pediatric | safety | teens | TMS | Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Editor’s note: This article is about the “usual” TMS that we have been hearing about for many years. We are covering trigeminal nerve stimulation (eTNS) separately in this issue in a News of Note as it is far newer with far less clarity about its utility. The search for safer treatment With concerns about both safety and efficacy surrounding a

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Expert Q&A

Getting Uncomfortable with Esketamine

Topics: Antidepressant Augmentation | Antidepressants | Brain Devices | Depression | Depressive Disorder | ECT | Esketamine | Free Articles | Ketamine | Neurotoxicity | Novel Medications | rTMS | Suicidality | TMS | Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation | Treatment-Resistant Depression

Esketamine (Spravato) was approved for treatment-resistant depression in 2019. In this interview, Dr. Williams (who has no relationship with Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc) addresses some lingering doubts that have been raised about the medicine. TCPR: Where does esketamine fit in the list of interventional therapies for depression, like repetitive tra

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Research Update

TMS: Deeper is not Better

Topics: Depression | Depressive Disorder | Pharmaceutical Industry | Research Update | rTMS | TMS | Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation | Treatment-Resistant Depression

REVIEW OF: Filipcic I et al, J Psychiatr Res 2019;114:113–119 TYPE OF STUDY: Randomized single-blind controlled trial Seven transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) devices are FDA approved for depression, but only one—the Brainsway—is distinctly different from the others. Brainsway uses a patented H1 coil that penetrates deeper into the cortex t

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Clinical Update

TMS Treatment for Depression: An Update

Topics: rTMS | Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

With six FDA approvals and several devices on the market, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has changed a lot in the past decade. No longer just for depression, it’s now FDA approved for OCD, nicotine cessation, and migraines. Efforts are underway to gain approval in bipolar depression, and the device has promising studies in PTSD, anxiety, sc

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