Clinical effect of western medicine on patients with bipolar disorder and manic phase combined with non-convulsive electrical shock
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The clinical effects of bipolar disorder (BPD) manic phase patients treated with western medicine combined with electroconvulsive therapy without convulsions were analyzed. Methods From March 2018 to March 2019, 62 patients with BPD mania in the author's unit were selected as the research objects, and they were divided into observation group and control group according to different treatment schemes, with 31 cases in each group. The control group was routinely treated with western medicine, and the observation group was treated with non-convulsive electrical shock on the basis of the control group. Results Compared with the effective rate of patients at 1 week, 2 weeks and 4 weeks, 67.7%, 80.6% and 83.9% of the observation group were higher than 51.6%, 67.7% and 71.0% of the control group, P <0.05. After treatment, compared with BRMS, BPRS, and length of hospital stay between groups, P <0.05. Conclusion Western medicine combined with non-convulsive electrical shock for the treatment of BPD manic phase is more satisfactory, the symptoms of psychosis and mania are more improved, and the length of hospitalization is shortened.
Bipolar Disorder; Manic Phase; No Convulsive Electrical Shock; Effect;