ethosuximide


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Synonyms for ethosuximide

an anticonvulsant drug (trade names Emeside and Zarontin) used to treat petit mal epilepsy

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Ethosuximide and valproic acid were significantly more effective than lamotrigine in controlling seizures, with no intolerable side effects.
There is some evidence that ethosuximide affects slow some calcium channels, resulting in suppressing of abnormal neuronal discharge) These agents are generally rapidly and completely absorbed through the GI tract and freely distributed to all body tissues except fat.
Ethosuximide Syrup is the generic equivalent of Zarontin(R) Syrup (Parke-Davis).
The Abbott TDx differed for phenytoin, phenobarbital, primidone, and ethosuximide, and the AxSYM analyzer differed for phenytoin, phenobarbital, and carbamazepine.
Absence epilepsy," a generalized type of epilepsy once termed petit mal epilepsy, responds to ethosuximide (Zarontin[R]).
2 ng/mL * (immuncassay) Doxepin Antidepressant 110-250ng/mL Ethosuximide Antiepileptic 40-100 mcg/mL Flecainide Antiarrhythmic 0.
5 [micro]g/L trans-10,11-Dihydroxycarbamazepine (a) 5 mg/L Disopyramide 6 mg/L Doxepin (a) 500 [micro]g/L Estradiol 1 [micro]g/L Estriol 267 [micro]g/L Ethosuximide 120 mg/L 2-Ethyl-2-phenylmalonamide (a) 5 mg/L Felbamate (a) 250 mg/L Ferritin 670 [micro]g/L Folate 13 [micro]g/L Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) 70 IU/L Free [T.
Ethosuximide 40-100 mcg/mL >200 mcg/mL Phenobarbitol 15-40 mcg/mL >60 mcg/mL Phenytoin 10-20 mcg/mL >40 mcg/mL Toxicity may occur at lower concentrations in presence of low albumin.
Interference by other antiepileptic drugs, including carbamazepine, carbamazepine-2,3-epoxide, felbamate, ethosuximide, lamotrigine, pentobarbital, phenobarbital, phenytoin, primidone, and valproate was not observed at concentrations exceeding their therapeutic ranges.
Carbamazepine* 4-12 mcg/mL >20 mcg/mL Ethosuximide 40-100 mcg/mL >200 mcg/mL Phenobarbitol 15-40 mcg/mL >60 mcg/mL Phenytoin 10-20 mcg/mL >40 mcg/mL Primidone 5-12 mcg/mL >24 mcg/mL Valproic acid 50-100 mcg/mL >200 mcg/mL *4-8 if patient is on multiple antiepileptic drugs ANTIDEPRESSANTS Lithium specimen collection: 12 hours after dose Lithium (acute) 1.
Acetaminophen Cyclosporine A Phenobarbital Amikacin Desipramine Phenytoin Amitriptyline Diazepam Prednisolone Amoxicillin Digoxin Prednisone Amphotericin B Disopyramide Primidone Caffeine Dopamine Quinidine Carbamazepine Ethosuximide Rapamycin Cefazolin Gentamicin Salicylate Chloramphenicol Imipramine Tacrolimus Cimetidine Lamotrigine Theophylline Clemastine Lidocaine Tobramicin Clonazepam Netilmicin Vancomycin Table 2.
2 mg/L), ethosuximide (108 mg/L), gentamicin (6 mg/L), lidocaine (6.