This trial is evaluating whether Summit RC+S System with ECoG Paddles will improve 2 primary outcomes and 1 secondary outcome in patients with Disease. Measurement will happen over the course of Baseline to 30 days.
This trial requires 5 total participants across 2 different treatment groups
This trial involves 2 different treatments. Summit RC+S System With ECoG Paddles is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will be divided into 2 treatment groups. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
Individuals with OCD express an elevated and fluctuating, anxiety-like state characterized by hypervigilance and fear of obsessions/ compulsions. There appears to be some degree of comorbidity with depression, and it can complicate the differential diagnosis of OCD. The presence of a symptom complex in the presence of comorbid mental disorders can make the diagnosis of OCD difficult and potentially dangerous.
The Summit is an effective treatment for those with OCD and produces a significant improvement in QoL and reduction in health care use. This system has the added benefit of providing clinicians with a way to accurately track symptom change.
Summit Rc+S in the setting of the Summit School was well-tolerated and safe and improved symptoms. More studies are needed to determine the extent to which Rc+S can reduce symptoms.
The national prevalence of obsessive-compulsive disorder in US adults was estimated at around 12.0% of the population. Based on previously published estimates of OCD prevalence in the USA and current estimates of general population figures for anxiety and depressive disorders, our results suggest OCD may pose a major public health problem.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a mental disorder that affects a person by causing intrusive thoughts, excessive handwashing, or excessive and repetitive routine cleaning of a body area. \nObsessive-compulsive disorder can affect a person's school and work and it can also be difficult to live an honest life, as the disorder can make one's life very bad.\n
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a disorder that can be highly disabling in both its acute and chronic stages of illness, and a cure for OCD is extremely unlikely to ever occur.
The genetic predisposition in patients suffering from OCD is extremely important. If not enough, other psychological, biochemical, and neuropharmacological factors increase the risk of developing OCD. While some of the contributing factors for OCD are mostly unknown, OCD is still considered a complex psychopathological entity.
There are several commonly used treatments for OCD, which are often unhelpful or ineffective. More research is needed to clarify the indications for the various medications as well as for more effective therapies.
We have been able to find many treatments for OCD that might help many people, but unfortunately have found that many of these treatments still do not work for everyone and might not help everyone. With time, we will find many even better treatments that have a better profile to help people.
An assessment for primary cause of OCD can help inform treatment decisions and identify patients who will respond to psychotherapy more effectively than to placebo medication.
[OCD is a serious disorder, with long-term treatment effects and substantial disability if not properly treated. The severity of OCD can range between very mild and very debilitating, and the outcome in these cases remains unpredictable.] OCD is more serious and severe when the obsessive behaviour is accompanied by the debilitating obsessions, and when OCD affects an important function, such as in the working of the mind or on a family level, it can cause a considerable burden for an individual.
Recent findings suggest that ecog paddles as a first line of treatment for ICP are acceptable to both patients and nurses with the exception of patients with history of seizure. A randomised control trial should be developed to corroborate this conclusion.