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Influences of Cylert Upon Memory Changes with ECT
IVER F. SMALL; PATRICIA SHARPLEY; JOYCE G. SMALL
Am J Psychiatry 1968;125:837-840.
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Associate professor of psychiatry, Indiana University Medical Center, 1100 West Michigan St., Indianapolis, Ind. 46207, assistant superintendent (medical), Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital, Indianapolis, Ind.

1968-69, American Psychiatric Association

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The authors report a preliminary study of the effects of Cylert (an equimolar compound of pemoline and magnesium hydroxide) on post-ECT learning and memory. The results appear encouraging, but further study is needed before the compound's clinical value can be proved conclusively.

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