antiepilepsy

antiepilepsy

(ˌæntɪˈɛpɪlɛpsɪ)
adj
(of a drug or treatment) acting against epilepsy
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"Although Billy has so far only been given one bottle of his medication, I am hopeful that the Home Office will continue to show compassion towards Billy, and allow the return of the remainder of his antiepilepsy medication," he said.
Researchers Dr Owen Pickrell and Professor Mark Rees said: "While this study highlights the risk of cognitive effects in children of mothers prescribed sodium valproate or multiple (antiepilepsy drugs), it is important to acknowledge that some epilepsies are difficult to treat without these treatment regimens."
She is now on antiepilepsy drugs to help keep her condition under control.
Children already diagnosed with diabetes or other hormonal disorders or those who are on long-term use of corticosteroids or antiepilepsy medication are considered unsuitable for the study.
Meador, "Neuropsychological and behavioral effects of antiepilepsy drugs," Neuropsychology Review, vol.
Phenobarbital (PB), an anticonvulsant and a sedative, used as an antiepilepsy drug in humans, is also a nongenotoxic carcinogen and a well-known promoter of hepatocarcinogenesis in vivo and in vitro [23-26].
Carwyn and Llinos are on antiepilepsy medication Levetiracetam to control their seizures.
Prevalence and cost impact of non- adherence with antiepilepsy drugs among adults in a managed care population.
The inquest also heard that Mr Shaw, an unemployed chef, had periodically failed to take his antiepilepsy medicine.
Eisai Submits Applications for Antiepilepsy Agent Fycompa Simultaneously In Europe and U.S.
The patient was referred to neurophysician and given antiepilepsy drugs, was counselled and advised for laser therapy for adenoma sebaceum.