Epilepsy Treatment

The treatment of epilepsy should be done regularly, discipline, and under strict medical supervision.

The treatment of epilepsy should be done regularly, discipline, and under strict medical supervision. The selection of appropriate medications can also optimize the treatment.

Appropriate antiepileptic drugs used to minimize the tendency of the brain to reach an epileptic seizure. Before starting the antiepileptic treatment, the physician must know the condition of patients with epilepsy in detail because the selection of appropriate antiepileptic drugs should be tailored to the type of epilepsy suffered by each patient.

In addition, doctors also consider the patient’s age and lifestyle as appropriate antiepileptic may need to be consumed in recent years and the patient’s body ability to absorb and release the drug in the body as it ages.

It is not uncommon that a patient should take more than one type of drug. The doses of drugs are also given in the stages of lower dose, depending on the frequency of seizures.

Side effects may be different for each patient depending on the capacity of the patient’s body to absorb the drug. The fewer types of drugs consumed by the lower dose and fewer side effects can help to optimize the treatment of epilepsy.

Consider the risks posed by the change of drug replacement medication due to inadequate drug may increase recurrence by 80 percent.

The management of epilepsy treatment can last for years. Therefore, the biological content of medications for epilepsy should always be stable (nonvolatile) from time to time. Biological content contained in patent medicines and replacement of the drug is clearly different.

These differences have a biological hazard because if the content is higher, may result in reduced toxicity, while if it involves a risk of recurrence by 80 percent.Levels, features and drug delivery systems are not equivalent may lead to a new attack in patients who had been previously controlled

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