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Successful Use of Electroconvulsive Therapy for Catatonia After Hypoxic-Ischemic Brain Injury [Case Report]

Kim, Katherine; Anbarasan, Deepti; Caravella, Rachel A; Nally, Emma; Ying, Patrick; Gurin, Lindsey
PMID: 33023757
ISSN: 1545-7206
CID: 4626842

Development of a Virtual Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Service: A Multifaceted Transformation

Caravella, Rachel A.; Deutch, Allison B.; Noulas, Paraskevi; Ying, Patrick; Liaw, K. Ron-Li; Greenblatt, Jeanne; Collins, Kelsey; Eastburn, H. K.; Fries, Emily; Khan, Shabana; Kozikowski, Adam; Sidelnik, S. Alex; Yee, Michael; Ginsberg, David
ISI:000565745900003
ISSN: 0048-5713
CID: 4799202

On call: Psychiatry

Bernstein, Carol A; Poag, Molly; Rubinstein, Mort; Ahn, Christina; Maloy, Katherine F; Ying, Patrick
Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, 2019
Extent: xix, 332 p.
ISBN: 9780323531092
CID: 4104642

SUCCESSFUL ECT IN THE CONTEXT OF AN IMPLANTED STAPES PROSTHESIS [Meeting Abstract]

Ying, Patrick; Shalvoy, Keriann; Cooper, Timothy
ISI:000485029400032
ISSN: 1095-0680
CID: 4500592

Fire safety and ECT: A review of the safety record and the creation of an evidenced-based safety protocol [Meeting Abstract]

Ying, P; Cohen-Fetterman, T
Objective: To review issues with ECT and fire safety. Background: Regulatory agencies are increasing concerned with fire safety in procedural areas. While surgical lasers and electrocautery are more common culprits, ECT may come to the attention of internal and external agencies. ECT providers will need to respond to inquiries about fire safety and demonstrate safety protocols. Design/Methods: We reviewed the literature on fire safety and ECT as well as the Food and Drug Administration's Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience for adverse events regarding ECT, fire or burns. We developed a fire-safety protocol based on our findings. Results: There are no reports of fire in the FDA database with either of the two commercially available machines in the United States. We discovered only two reported cases of fires related to ECT from the time period of 1992-2015, and none in the last ten years. In the both reported cases, the presence of 100% oxygen has been implicated as an important factor. There are roughly 26 cases of burns or suspected burns reported to the FDA between 1992-2015. Many of these burns appear to be related to improper use of adhesive electrodes or improper preparation of the treatment site. Fire safety in procedural areas focuses on reducing the three components required for ignition: spark, fuel source and oxygen. We adapted these concepts in creating a fire-safety protocol for ECT. Conclusions: Fires and burns are an extremely rare complication in ECT. A reasonable fire-safety protocol can reduce this risk even further
EMBASE:617744068
ISSN: 1533-4112
CID: 2671472

Recurrent Aspiration in a Patient With Gastric Band Undergoing Electroconvulsive Therapy

Lubit, Elana B; Fetterman, Tammy Cohen; Ying, Patrick
We report a case of a 33-year-old woman with depression and suicidal ideation, treated successfully with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in the past. Since her previous course of ECT, she underwent gastric banding, a bariatric surgical procedure associated with increased risk of gastric regurgitation. Despite increasingly stringent measures to minimize the risk of regurgitation and aspiration during ECT, she had several episodes of regurgitation, the last of which precipitated an acute illness consistent with aspiration pneumonitis. We took additional precautions after each event, until she had no further episodes of regurgitation. We discuss the risk posed by the gastric band, the measures we implemented to minimize that risk, and our recommendations for assessment and management of post-gastric banding patients who present for ECT.
PMID: 26075693
ISSN: 1533-4112
CID: 1632062

Considerations for ECT in the Bariatric Surgery Patient [Meeting Abstract]

Ying, Patrick; Cohen-Fetterman, Tammy; Lubit, Elana B
ISI:000319457700038
ISSN: 1095-0680
CID: 1797402

Psychiatric consequences of actual versus feared and perceived bed bug infestations: a case series examining a current epidemic

Rieder, Evan; Hamalian, Gareen; Maloy, Katherine; Streicker, Elizabeth; Sjulson, Lucas; Ying, Patrick
PMID: 22221725
ISSN: 1545-7206
CID: 149807

Informed consent and electroconvulsive therapy

Cohen Fetterman, Tammy; Ying, Patrick
PMID: 21653493
ISSN: 1532-5725
CID: 134317

Electroconvulsive Therapy for Severe Refractory Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome [Meeting Abstract]

Livshits, Z.; Larocque, A.; Schwartz, D. R.; Papadopoulos, J.; Ying, P.; Nelson, L. S.; Hoffman, R. S.
ISI:000289628600058
ISSN: 1556-3650
CID: 131936