Rozwój wczesnych biologicznych metod leczenia schizofrenii po II wojnie światowej

Mateusz Gholamy

Abstrakt

Development of early biological methods of treatment of schizophrenia after the II World War

The article tells about the history of development the fi rst biological methods of treatment of schizophrenia, introduced after the II World War. At fi rst, there was insulin shock therapy, introduced for the fi rst time in 1933, then electroconvulsive therapy, applied in 1938 and lobotomy, which became popular method of treatment in 40s and 50s. Introducing every of this methods was an important step in schizophrenia research, altough all of them were mainly ineffective. Moreover all of this methods contain many side effects, even dangerous to life. It seems that development of each of this methods was crucial step important to introduce much more effective and safety ways of treatment of this disease.

Słowa kluczowe: historia psychiatrii, historia schizofrenii, biologiczne metody leczenia schizofrenii, history of psychiatry, history of schizophrenia, biological methods of treatment of schizophrenia
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