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This essential and concise clinical reference guide serves diverse clinicians and allied health professionals who prescribe antiepileptic drugs in contemporary clinical practice. Fully updated, it features chapters on newly-approved drug brivaracetam, updated paediatric prescribing, use in particular populations including women, the elderly, and patients with cognitive impairment, as well as sections on teratogenicity, pregnancy, and lactation. 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, a summary overview, and suggested reading. Perfect for quick reference use, the guide is practical and essential for all AED drug prescribers including adult and paediatric neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, internists, geriatricians, paediatricians, family physicians, as well as allied health professionals and resident, fellow, and student trainees in all related medical fields.
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