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Understanding AEDs and Which Offer Ideal Monotherapy for Epilepsy

Monotherapy is the use of a single drug as a method of treating a specific disease or disorder. It is a fairly common approach to overcoming symptoms of certain conditions, when ...

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Topics: Epilepsy Research, Monotherapy, AEDs, Antiepileptic Drugs

Levetiracetam Common for Children With Early Onset Nonsyndromic Epilepsy

According to a study conducted in Pediatric Neurology, many children in the United States who have early onset nonsyndromic epilepsy are treated using levetiracetam monotherapy. ...

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Topics: Living with epilepsy, Epilepsy in Infants & Children, Epilepsy Studies, AEDs, Early Onset Nonsyndromic Epilepsy

Taking Antiepileptic Medication During Pregnancy

Women who suffer from epilepsy often worry about having children, and with good reasons. A seizure presents risks to the patient, as well as to the fetus. Maternal mortality was ...

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Topics: Epilepsy and Pregnancy, Antiepileptic Drugs, AEDs, AEDs and Pregnancy, Living with epilepsy, Epilepsy Research

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