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Current drug treatment of epilepsy in adults The Lancet Neurology

11/22/2014
07:08 | Author: Chloe Allen

Drug treatment of epilepsy lancet
Current drug treatment of epilepsy in adults The Lancet Neurology

Current drug treatment of epilepsy in adults. By - Dougall McCorry, Prof David Chadwick, Anthony Marson.

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Immediate versus deferred antiepileptic drug treatment - The Lancet

9/21/2014
05:44 | Author: Allison King

Drug treatment of epilepsy lancet
Immediate versus deferred antiepileptic drug treatment - The Lancet

Immediate versus deferred antiepileptic drug treatment for early epilepsy and single seizures: a randomised controlled trial. By - A Marson MD.

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New avenues for epilepsy treatment The Lancet Neurology

7/20/2014
03:16 | Author: Chloe Allen

Drug treatment of epilepsy lancet
New avenues for epilepsy treatment The Lancet Neurology

Over the past two decades, many drugs that ameliorate seizure control and associated comorbidities have come to market. However, despite this increase in the.

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Drug treatment of epilepsy a review

5/19/2014
01:08 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Drug treatment of epilepsy lancet
Drug treatment of epilepsy a review

One drug (phenytoin) in the treatment of epilepsy. Lancet. 1976 May 1;1(7966):923–926. [PubMed]; Shorvon SD, Reynolds EH. Unnecessary polypharmacy for.

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However, by determining the serum concentration and manipulating it within the therapeutic range it should be possible to find a regimen that adequay controls seizures without introducing unnecessary toxic effects. Once a decision to treat epilepsy has been made it is necessary to have a thorough knowledge of the benefits, disadvantages, toxic effects, pharmacokinetics and interactions associated with each anticonvulsant. There are special considerations in choosing anticonvulsants to treat epilepsy in pregnancy, febrile convulsions and status epilepticus.

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Comparing Drug Treatments in Epilepsy

3/18/2014
01:20 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Drug treatment of epilepsy lancet
Comparing Drug Treatments in Epilepsy

And finally, do any of the drugs used to treat epilepsy do more than simply.. Lancet 365: 2007–2013 [PubMed]; Marson A.G., Al-Kharusi A.M., Alwaidh M..

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The best evidence is for patients with localised-onset seizures for whom treatment with a sodium channel drug (phenytoin, carbamazepine, oxcarbazepine or lamotrigine) would seem optimal, with newer drugs (oxcarbazepine or lamotrigine) being better tolerated. There are few comparative studies that compare drugs head-to-head over clinically relevant periods of time. With more AEDs becoming available there is a great need for clinically relevant head-to-head comparative RCTs that can inform the choice of clinicians, patients and providers of care.

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