Patients with moderate to severe treatment-resistant depression (TRD) might have better symptom relief from ketamine infusions than from electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), but those with severe TRD could benefit more from ECT early in treatment, an analysis led by a UT Southwestern Medical Center researcher shows. The findings, published in JAMA Network Open, are the first to identify characteristics that distinguish which treatments might benefit TRD patients more. 

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