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'striving for no seizures no side effects' *

MANAGEMENT

 

Epilepsy in adults

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Young people: managing epilepsy

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Antiseizure Medications: striving for 'no seizures no side effects'* Select this video and listen to the sound whilst following the speaker slides (Zillgitt, Burdette & Constantinou).

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Patients' perspectives on antiepileptic medication: relationships between beliefs about medicines and adherence among patients with epilepsy in UK primary care.​

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Monitoring antiepileptic drugs: a level headed approach

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Managing epilepsy in primary care, UK

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Curing epilepsy: when can we claim success?

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Non-epileptic attacks

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Medical Marijuana in the treatment of epilepsy (Joint Epilepsy Council of Australia, October 2014)

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Telehealth: Bridging the miles (page 4

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BMJ learning module - Epilepsy in association with NICE (CPD for NZ GPs and Aust Practice Nurses only)

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A-Z of antiepilepic medications (Royal Children's Hospital)

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Advances in epilepsy: new perspectives on new-onset epilepsy,  comorbidities and pharmacotherapy

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Serum sodium valproate testing: is it appropriate? 

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Interactions between antiepileptic drugs, and between antiepileptic drugs and other drugs

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Medicinal Cannabis

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Antibiotics and seizures

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Medications which may lower seizure threshold

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HLA testing for risk of Stevens-Johnson syndrome prior to commencing AEDs in patients of Asian ethnicity. Epiliepsy Society of Australia, 2009

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Anticonvulsant hypersenstivity syndrome: a rare and serious complication

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Enzyme induction with antiepileptic drugs: cause for concern?

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Management of drug-induced gingival enlargement

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Alleged increase of suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation with anti-epileptic drugs. Epilepsy Society of Australia, 2008

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Withdrawal of antiepileptic drugs in seizure-free adults

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I’ve missed a dose; what should I do? 

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Generic drugs in epilepsy. Epilepsy Society of Australia position statement. 2008

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The problem with under-reporting of seizures

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My epilepsy diary (online seizure diary)

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INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY

Consensus guidelines into the management of epilepsy in adults with an intellectual disability

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Health care in people with an intellectual disability (Australia)

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