Randomized controlled trial of transcranial magnetic stimulation in pregnant women with major depressive disorder

Randomized controlled trial of transcranial magnetic stimulation in pregnant women with major depressive disorder
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) was developed for the treatment of depressed patients who suffer treatment resistance. Because TMS is a non-medication option, patients who do not tolerate or prefer to avoid antidepressants are good candidates for TMS even in the absence of treatment resistance. Ample data suggests that pregnant women experience high decisional conflict regarding psychiatric treatment options during pregnancy and prefer non-medication alternatives when possible [1,2,4]. ... read more
Brain Stimulation Journal FeedBy Deborah R. Kim, Eileen Wang, Brendan McGeehan, Jessica Snell, Grace Ewing, Claudia Iannelli, John P. O'Reardon, Mary D. Sammel, C. Neill Epperson