Informed Consent in Deep Brain Stimulation - Ethical Considerations in a Stress Field of Pride and Prejudice
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 2011 April 29; 5: 7
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Ethical Brain Stimulation - Neuroethics of Deep Brain Stimulation in Research and Clinical Practice Clausen, Jens (2010-10)Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a clinically established procedure for treating severe motor symptoms in patients suffering from end-stage Parkinson's disease, dystonia and essential tremor. Currently, it is tested for ...
Deep Brain Stimulation in the Management of Disorders of Consciousness: A Review of Physiology, Previous Reports, and Ethical Considerations Sen, Anish N; Campbell, Peter G; Yadla, Sanjay; Jallo, Jack; Sharan, Ashwini D (2010-08)Patients suffering from disorders of consciousness constitute a population that exists largely outside of the daily practice patterns of neurosurgeons. Historically, treatment has focused on nursing and custodial issues ...
Misuse of the FDA's Humanitarian Device Exemption in Deep Brain Stimulation for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Fins, Joseph J; Mayberg, Helen S; Nuttin, Bart; Kubu, Cynthia S; Galert, Thorsten; Sturm, Volker; Stoppenbrink, Katja; Merkel, Reinhard; Schlaepfer, Thomas E (2011-02)Deep brain stimulation-a novel surgical procedure-is emerging as a treatment of last resort for people diagnosed with neuropsychiatric disorders such as severe obsessive-compulsive disorder. The US Food and Drug Administration ...