A Day in a Baghdad Psych Hospital

Short-staffed and undersupplied, doctors do their best to treat mental patients.

A Day in a Baghdad Psych Hospital

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Baghdad Psych
Baghdad Psych
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The electroconvulsive therapy machine at the Ibn Rushid hospital. "It's a magic treatment," says Rashid. "If you give it in a scientific way, for the scientific patients, for scientific purposes, it's very nice. It's free of complications because it's not medication. It's available most of the time, so no shortage." It must be administered without anesthesia, because the hospital has no anesthesiologists. (ABC News)
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