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Cardiac Arrest (with Apnoea) after E.C.T

  • C. F. J. Cropper (a1) and Margaret Hughes (a1)

E.C.T. is rightly regarded as a highly safe procedure and, although several thousands of treatments are given annually at this hospital, the occurrence of any serious complication is extremely rare.

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Cardiac Arrest (with Apnoea) after E.C.T

  • C. F. J. Cropper (a1) and Margaret Hughes (a1)
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