antiepileptic drug


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Herzog and his associates examined the frequencies of seizure outcomes on hormonal and nonhormonal contraceptives stratifying by type of antiepileptic drug women used when starting a particular contraceptive method.
3%) Table 3: Antiepileptic drug profiles of the study.
Fycompa is an antiepileptic drug that reduces neuronal hyperexcitation associated with seizures by targeting glutamate activity at postsynaptic AMPA receptors.
Mothers who had epilepsy provided data about the use of antiepileptic drugs during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Adverse reactions to antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) occur to a certain degree in almost 80% of patients and are a major concern for physicians (1, 2).
6 months, 50 were seizure free at 3 months, and 49 of those children were treated with antiepileptic drugs.
No other antiepileptic drugs were associated with an increased risk of these disorders, and maternal epilepsy itself did not increase their risk significantly.
Since women in the study were taking antiepileptic drugs throughout pregnancy, it is unclear whether the effects on IQ are related to the timing or duration of prenatal valproate exposure, so "exposure to valproate at any time during pregnancy should be considered to have the potential to result in decreased IQ in children," the advisory says.
28] Krishnamoorthy G, Karande S, Ahire N, Mathew L, Kulkarni M, Bone metabolism alteration on antiepileptic drug therapy, Indian J Pediatr, 2009 76(4):377-383,
SAN ANTONIO -- If at first you don't succeed, try, try, and even try again when it comes to finding an effective antiepileptic drug for your treatment-resistant patients, Dr.
Phase III clinical trials of UCB's antiepileptic drug (AED) in development, brivaracetam, are underway, as adjunctive therapy in patients with refractory partial-onset epilepsy.
Of the participants, 29 percent were taking a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, commonly used for depression, and 17 percent were taking an antiepileptic drug, usually to help control pain.
Phenobarbital is an antiepileptic drug in its own right and is used to treat tonic clonic and partial seizures.
Of the 60 cases, 10 were treated and controlled with alteration in medications, including (in some cases) entrance into experimental antiepileptic drug studies.