Affiliation: University of Munich
- A switch from propofol to etomidate during an ECT course increases EEG and motor seizure durationCornelis Stadtland
Department of Psychiatry, University of Munster, Munster, Germany
J ECT 18:22-5. 2002..0 mc (100%)...
- [Alcohol and drugs and their relation to criminal recidivism]C Stadtland
Abteilung für Forensische Psychiatrie Psychiatrische Klinik Klinikum Innenstadt, Munchen
Fortschr Neurol Psychiatr 71:654-60. 2003..The co-occurrence of both, own drug abuse and a family history of alcohol abuse is highly correlated with criminal recidivism and should be considered in treatment and aftercare programs...
- [Psychiatric disorders and the prognosis for criminal recidivism]C Stadtland
Abteilung für Forensische Psychiatrie, Psychiatrische Klinik der Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Munchen
Nervenarzt 76:1402-11. 2005..The HCR-20 predicted recidivism equally well for offenders with and without a psychiatric diagnosis. In both groups, individuals with HCR-20 scores above the mean recidivated more often and after shorter periods of time...
- [Assessment of sexual deviance by forensic psychiatrists]Norbert Nedopil
Abteilung für Forensiche Psychiatre, Psychiatrischen Kliitk der Universität München
Neuropsychiatr 21:5-11. 2007..have to emphasize that sexual deviant individuals have to be differentiated, not only regarding their crimes and their personality but also regarding their potential to profit from treatment and their probability for recidivism..
- Bupropion as add-on strategy in difficult-to-treat bipolar depressive patientsAndreas Erfurth
Department of Psychiatry, Munster University Hospital, Germany
Neuropsychobiology 45:33-6. 2002..While adhering to the suggestion of Goren and Levin not to exceed a daily dose of 450 mg of bupropion when treating bipolar depressed patients, we did not observe any switch from depression to hypomania or mania...
- The validity of the Violence Risk Appraisal Guide (VRAG) in predicting criminal recidivismCarolin Kröner
Department of Forensic Psychiatry, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany
Crim Behav Ment Health 17:89-100. 2007..The VRAG is an actuarial risk assessment instrument, developed in Canada as an aid to estimating the probability of reoffending by mentally ill offenders...