Patients with epilepsy have a greater risk of unnatural mortality than individuals without the disorder and should take greater precautions when taking certain medications.
In Utero Exposure to Multiple AEDs, Sodium Valproate Linked to Poor Educational Attainment in ChildhoodApril 09, 2018
In utero exposure to AEDs in combination, or sodium valproate alone, is associated with a significant decrease in attainment in national educational tests for 7-year-old children.
The adjusted analysis also demonstrated that the code stroke system was associated with a decreased risk for post-stroke epilepsy within 5 years of stroke.
A reasonable proportion of patients with epilepsy who have received treatment with pharmaceutical-grade cannabidiol products along with antiepileptic drugs have experienced a decrease in seizure frequency.
An inverse relation was observed between epilepsy and cerebral palsy and 5-minute and 10-minute Apgar scores.
No increased risk of incident epilepsy was seen among children who received influenza vaccination during the 2009-2010 influenza season in Norway.
Modulate electrical stimulation of the amygdala may improve declarative memory without provoking any emotional reaction.
Ill-timed administration of benzodiazepine treatment in pediatric patients with refractory convulsive status epilepticus is associated with many short-term adverse events.
Non-pharmaceutical treatments improved 4 cognitive and behavioral domains in children with epilepsy.
Women on AEDs during pregnancy are at a higher risk of delivering prematurely and giving birth to SGA newborns.
The guideline highlights the incidence, risk factors, and preventive approaches of SUDEP.
Cannabidiol appears to reduce seizures for some patients with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
Taking epilepsy medication after a first seizure decreases the risk of another seizure.
Folic acid supplementation at least one month prior to conception is recommended.
Physician assistant evaluation revealed disorder's true source.
The seizures began following surgery to repair a cerebrospinal fluid leak.
Vimpat is used in the treatment of partial-onset seizures.