anticonvulsant


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Jones reported that 26% of children exposed to phenytoin were rated as affected with features of the anticonvulsant facies based on ratings of minor malformations, compared with 24% of those exposed to phenobarbital and only 3% of those exposed to carbamazepine.
Our goal for this study is to demonstrate that Ganaxolone is a valuable addition to the therapeutic choices available for patients who continue to have seizures even when taking other anticonvulsant drugs," said Harry H.
As a nerve tonic, sedative, and anticonvulsant, American skullcap has been traditionally used for patients with epilepsy and other neurological disorders such as nervous tension states, hysteria, chorea, anxiety, and insomnia (Wolfson and Hoffmann, 2003; Awad et al.
In the period following initiation of treatment with levetiracetam, one of the newer anticonvulsant medications, this individual experienced the onset of symptoms of obsessiveness.
5] "Why is CMS requiring 'all or substantially all' of the drugs in the antidepressant, antipsychotic, anticonvulsant, anticancer, immunosuppressant and HIV/AIDS categories?
First degree relatives should be counseled to avoid phenytoin and related anticonvulsant.
In addition, in many of the studies included in the meta-analysis, the anticonvulsant agents were used as adjunctive treatment, "further complicating the assessment of their individual effect.
Eighty-nine percent of the children had intractable epilepsy and were using at least three anticonvulsant drugs.
Three-year-old Erin Clarke, from Leicester, had not smiled before as she was on so much anticonvulsant medication.
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In 1912, the first drug, Phenobarbital, was used as a new and useful anticonvulsant drug, and then phenytoin and other drugs entered the field of medication [1].
Bao's group have previously found that anticonvulsant drugs for treating epilepsy helped protect hearing in mice after exposure to loud noise.
The other group had their anticonvulsant drugs changed before conception and took folic acid throughout pregnancy.