antiseizure

antiseizure

(ˌæntɪˈsiːʒə)
adj
acting against or preventing seizures
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With CBD being touted for a myriad of health issues, it has gained traction for its sheer impact in treating a few of the childhood epilepsy syndromes, including Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome that generally remain unflustered to antiseizure medications.
These drugs include: opioid pain relievers; prescription drugs for anxiety (for example, benzodiazepines); antiseizure drugs (antiepileptic drugs); antipsychotic drugs; some antidepressants; products that contain codeine; some cold remedies and allergy products such as antihistamines (both prescription and OTC); sleeping pills; muscle relaxants; medicines to treat or control symptoms of diarrhea or motion sickness; diet pills; "stay awake" drugs, and other medications with stimulants (such as caffeine, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine).
* Phentermine/topiramate (Qsymia), a combination of an antiseizure medication (topiramate) and an appetite suppressant (phentermine).
Twenty to 40 percent of patients with epilepsy continue to have seizures even after trying multiple antiseizure drugs, although the majority respond to medication.
"Evidence was insufficient to determine effectiveness of antidepressants, benzodiazepines, antiseizure medications, opioids, versus placebo, in patients with acute or subacute low back pain," they added.
There is no dispute that Hurd takes anti-seizure medication or that the advisory criteria ban from qualification "a driver who is taking antiseizure medication." 49 C.F.R.
The precise etiology of melasma is unknown, but ultraviolet radiation, pregnancy, oral antiseizure drugs and thyroid dysfunction are considered as risk factors of melasma.
In: The role of antiseizure prophylaxis following head injury.
Recently, we demonstrated the antinociception and antiseizure effects of the areal parts of the M.
BY TOM KERSHAW A BOY of three died after being given seven times the intended dose of antiseizure medication in hospital, an inquest heard.
In this subgroup of patients, ZX008 demonstrated robust antiseizure activity in patients who failed prior treatment with stiripentol.
The risks of chronic antiseizure medications, such as phenobarbital or valproate, exceed their benefits and are not indicated for febrile seizures, even recurrent ones, she said.