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Antiepileptic drug interactions

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Published by Demos in New York, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anticonvulsants.,
  • Drug interactions.,
  • Epilepsy -- Chemotherapy -- Complications.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditor William H. Pitlick.
    ContributionsPitlick, William H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM322 .A585 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 338 p. :
    Number of Pages338
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2067747M
    ISBN 100939957140
    LC Control Number88071752

      Addition of an adjunctive AED, or incorporation of an AED into an existing drug regimen, requires an assessment of potential drug–drug interactions. This topic is beyond the scope of this review, and reference texts are available that enumerate the many AED drug–drug interactions that have been established and observed (19, 20). Get this from a library! Antiepileptic drug interactions: a clinical guide. [P N Patsalos] -- This updated third edition of a successful book is a description of both pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic antiepileptic drug (AED) interactions, including details of the magnitude and mechanism of

    Patsalos, PN; () Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A Clinical Guide. [Book]. (2nd ed.). Springer Verlag Full text not available from this repository. Abstract. Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A Clinical Guide, Second Edition provides a pocket-sized, systematic description of the most clinically relevant drug interactions that occur between Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A Clinical Guide, Second Edition provides a pocket-sized, systematic description of the most clinically relevant drug interactions that occur between AEDs and also between AEDs and non-AEDs. AEDs are presented alphabetically and by drug class in three sections for easy access: Drug interactions between AEDs; Drug interactions between AEDs and non-AEDs  › Inicio › eBooks.

    In full colour throughout, the guide provides comprehensive antiepileptic drug (AED) prescribing information, covering all thirty-five AEDs in alphabetical order. Each chapter features eight coloured sections including general therapeutics, pharmacokinetics, interaction profile, adverse effects, dosing and use, special population considerations P.N. Patsalos, E. PeruccaClinically important drug interactions in epilepsy: interactions between antiepileptic drugs and other drugs Lancet Neurol, 2 (8) (), pp. Google Scholar


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This updated third edition of a successful book is a description of both pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic antiepileptic drug (AED) interactions, including details of the magnitude and mechanism of interactions, and also of drug combinations that are not associated with interactions and therefore can be coprescribed without undue :// Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A Clinical Guide, Second Edition provides a pocket-sized, systematic description of the most clinically relevant drug interactions that occur between AEDs and also between AEDs and non-AEDs.

AEDs are presented alphabetically and by drug class in three sections for easy access: Drug interactions between AEDs; Drug interactions between AEDs and non-AEDs Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A Clinical Guide, Second Edition provides a pocket-sized, systematic description of the most clinically relevant drug interactions that occur between AEDs and also between AEDs and non-AEDs.

AEDs are presented alphabetically and by drug class in three sections  › Medicine › Neurology. Antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) are the mainstay of epilepsy treatment. They are usually prescribed for prolonged periods, even a lifetime, and often in polytherapy and also in combination with other drugs for the management of other medical conditions.

The propensity for drug interactions is substantial, and clinically important interactions often Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A Clinical Guide, Second Edition should help physicians make more rational choices when polytherapy regimens are indicated and should be of interest to all who treat patients with epilepsy: neurologists and neurosurgeons, trainees at all levels, general practitioners and epilepsy nurse :// Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A Clinical Guide, Second Edition provides a pocket-sized, systematic description of the most clinically relevant drug interactions that occur between AEDs and also between AEDs and non-AEDs.

AEDs are presented alphabetically and by drug class in three sections for easy access: Drug interactions between AEDs; Drug interactions between AEDs and non-AEDs  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences. This book was designed by the International League against Epilepsy.

They contacted internationally recognised experts in the field of antiepileptic drug interactions who contributed to the book. This has led to the book being written by over 30 ://   Book and Media Review.

Antiepileptic drugs consist of a group of medications that range from popular standbys to newly developed agents, and are an essential part of epilepsy management and general neurology. On the other hand, remarkably adverse effects and drug interactions may develop following the use of these drugs; hence Epilepsy is the tendency to have recurrent seizures unprovoked by systemic or acute neurologic insults.

(Slide 2) Antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) are those which decrease the frequency and/or severity of seizures in people with epilepsy. The older term, anticonvulsant drug, is still sometimes used as a synonym for AED, but is less accurate because many seizures do not involve convulsive :// Request PDF | Antiepileptic Drug Interactions | Antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) are the mainstay of epilepsy treatment.

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Order your resources today from Wisepress, your medical bookshop Additional Physical Format: Online version: Antiepileptic drug interactions. New York, New York: Demos, © (OCoLC) Online version: Antiepileptic drug :// Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A Clinical Guide (English Edition) eBook: Philip Patsalos: : Kindle Store Author(s): Philip N Patsalos Book Description: This updated third edition of a successful book is a description of both pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic antiepileptic drug (AED) interactions, including details of the magnitude and mechanism of interactions, and also of drug combinations that are not associated with interactions and therefore can be coprescribed without undue :// PDF | This book reviews the use of antiepileptic drugs focusing on the interactions between these drugs and between antiepileptics and other drugs.

| Find, read and cite all the research you   Title: Antiepileptic Drug Interactions - Principles and Clinical Implications VOLUME: 8 ISSUE: 3 Author(s):Svein I. Johannessen and Cecilie Johannessen Landmark Affiliation:The National Center for Epilepsy, Sandvika, and Department of Pharmacology, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway, Postal address: N BPT, Norway.

Keywords:Antiepileptic drugs, interactions, pharmacokinetics ?genre. The thoroughly revised, updated Fifth Edition of this classic is the m ost comprehensive, current, and authoritative reference on all anticon vulsants available today. This edition features detailed profiles of n ewer drugs--including levetiracetam, oxcarbazepine, tiagabine, topiram ate, and zonisamide--and new chapters on use of antiepileptic drugs in children and during ://?id=HAOY0qG-vAYC.

This book reviews the use of antiepileptic drugs focusing on the interactions between these drugs and between antiepileptics and other drugs. These interactions can be beneficial or can cause harm.

The aim of this book is to increase awareness of the possible impact of combination pharmacotherapies. Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic interactions are discussed supported by clinical and ?id=p39MJbd-4TMC. title = "Antiepileptic drug interactions in the elderly", abstract = "Introduction The elderly (≥65 years) are the fastest growing segment of the population in developed countries.

In the USA, older adults presently comprise 13% of the population and are projected to increase to 20% within the next 20 :// This book provides all the necessary information so as to allow this goal to be achieved and, if necessary, to aid effective management of AED interactions.

Number of Illustrations and Tables. 31 b/w illustrations. Topics. Neurology. Psychopharmacology. Download Antiepileptic Drug Interactions: A.

Antiepileptic Drugs Combination Therapy and Interactions This book reviews the use of antiepileptic drugs focussing on the interactions between these drugs, and between antiepileptics and other drugs.

These interactions can be beneficial or can cause harm. The aim of this book is to increase awareness of the possible impact of Antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) are frequently prescribed in the elderly due to the high prevalence of AED-treatable neuropsychiatric disorders in this age group.

There are several factors associated with AED therapy in the elderly that substantially increase the risk of clinically significant drug ://  New antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) are necessary for people with chronic epilepsy and for improving upon established AEDs as first-line therapy.

Sinceten new AEDs have been No drug-drug interactions are known but there are suggestions of pharmacodynamic interaction with traditional sodium channel blockers such as carbamazepine and