anticonvulsant

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This study is being planned to know the clinical spectrum of seizures and efficacy of anticonvulsive treatment in children.
Anticonvulsive and neuroprotective effects of synergetic combination of Phenytoin and gastrodin on the convulsion induced by penicillin in mice.
The previous surgical interventions that the patient underwent developed uneventfully; consequently, a difficult airway was not expected and anticonvulsive prophylaxis was not warranted.
However, the neuroprotective effect of sinapic acid was attributed to its radical scavenging potential and anticonvulsive activity through GABA receptor activation [110, 111].
extracts possess antioxidant, and anticonvulsive activity, also being able to cross the blood-brain barrier, it might be possible that these extracts can be used in the neuropsychiatric disorders treatment.
Asymmetries of pursuits are often detected in cases of drug intoxication including anticonvulsive types and psychoactive drugs such as benzodiazepine, in individuals with a history of heavy alcohol consumption, and in degenerative diseases involving the cerebellum or extrapyramidal system.
Given the lack of studies, the empirical evidence suggests that prophylactic treatment with lithium or anticonvulsive agents may be superior to neuroleptic theraphy (3).
Epilepsy: Black seeds were traditionally known to have anticonvulsive properties.
The biological mechanisms of vinpocetine include inhibition of hypoxic damage to brain tissue, scavenging of hydroxyl radicals, anticonvulsive activity, modulation of several chemical transmitter systems, and inhibition of the reuptake of adenosine (thought to be a major endogenous anticonvulsant and cerebral protectant).
The most commonly prescribed off-label drug categories include drugs used in the therapy of cardiovascular diseases, anticonvulsive drugs, antipsychotics, antidepressants and antiasthmatics.
MRI was found to be normal at the first month following antihypertensive and anticonvulsive treatment.
In addition, transplantation for SCD may have unique complications such as cerebrovascular occlusive/haemorrhagic episodes with stroke, convulsions requiring prophylaxis with anticonvulsive therapy, meticulous control of electrolytes, and maintaining higher than baseline blood haemoglobin levels and platelet counts throughout the procedure.
Thiopentone sodium starts its action in 30 seconds, is more hypnotic and less analgesic and is anticonvulsive.
Abstract: Long-term anticonvulsive treatments have been poorly described in birds, and few pharmacokinetic studies have been performed, with mixed results.