An Update on Neuromodulation Techniques for Older Adults
The Carlat Geriatric Psychiatry Report, Volume 1, Number 3&4, April 2022
Topics: Anxiety | Deep brain stimulation (DBS) | Dementia | Depression | ECT | Electroconvulsive therapy | magnetic seizure therapy (MST) | mild cognitive impairment | Neuromodulation | Obsessive compulsive disorder/OCD | Personality Disorders | SAINT protocol | Theta burst stimulation | TMS | Transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS) | Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation | Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS)
Sarah H. Lisanby, MD
Dr. Lisanby introduces us to novel neuromodulation techniques including magnetic seizure therapy, theta burst stimulation, and the SAINT protocol. Plus, she reviews how current and novel neuromodulation treatments can lower the risk of cognitive side effects in older adults.
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