anticonvulsant drug

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The increase in R&D spending by the company over the last several years has produced an increase in ANDA filings and approvals, as well as progress in the development of the company's novel chemical entities such as its patented anticonvulsant drug.
Taro plans to combine with a strategic partner for the further development and marketing of this anticonvulsant drug in both domestic and international markets.
Identification of future market events expected to impact epilepsy-specific anticonvulsant drug revenues over the next decade.
Registries to report anticonvulsant drug use in pregnancy have been developed in North America, Australia, and the United Kingdom, as well as in 37 countries participating in the European Register for Pregnancies with Antiepileptic Drugs.
Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant drug used for neuropathic pain and as an adjunct therapy for partial seizures with or without secondary generalisation in adults.
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].
Stiripentol (Diaocomit) is an anticonvulsant drug used in the treatment of severe epilepsy.
In the centuries prior to 1882 when the first synthetic anticonvulsant drug, paraldehyde, became available, the people of central Europe depended mainly on plants to treat epileptic seizures.
The anticonvulsant drug pregabalin was the only treatment that had strong evidence in support of its effectiveness (Neurology 2011 April 11 [doi:10.
Your doctor gave you a prescription for an anticonvulsant drug to treat your migraine headaches and one day you noticed you had lost some of your muscle strength.
Although most of the drugs had no effect or were toxic to the worms, Kornfeld's team found that ethosuximide, an anticonvulsant drug, increased the worms' life span by 17 percent.
2 s), suggesting its potential as an anticonvulsant drug.
Gabapentin is a novel anticonvulsant drug that was introduced in the early 1990s and later approved (1995) for use in the US as an adjunctive treatment of partial seizures with or without secondary generalization in persons >3 years of age.
Recently, for example, a new anticonvulsant drug called gabapentin has come on the market.
LOS ANGELES -- The anticonvulsant drug topiramate significantly eased chronic daily headaches, one of the most intractable forms of headache to treat, in a randomized, placebo-controlled trial conducted at 46 U.