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Title: Pharmacology of Antiepileptic Drugs Author: Melanie Tallent Last modified by: Drexel University College of Medicine Created Date: 10/15/2005 6:14:19 PM
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Pharmacology of Antiepileptic Drugs Melanie K. Tallent, Ph.D. [email protected] Basic Mechanisms Underlying Seizures and Epilepsy Seizure: the clinical manifestation of an abnormal and excessive excitation and synchronization of a population of cortical neurons Epilepsy: a tendency toward ...
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Basic Mechanisms UnderlyingSeizures and Epilepsy Seizure: the clinical manifestation of an abnormal and excessive excitation and synchronization of a population of cortical neurons
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Title: ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS Author: kkuh Last modified by: Alhumayyd Created Date: 2/9/2005 6:22:20 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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Neuropharmacology of Antiepileptic Drugs American Epilepsy Society Definitions Seizure: the clinical manifestation of an abnormal synchronization and excessive excitation of a population of cortical neurons Epilepsy: ...
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Medical University of Sofia, Faculty of Medicine Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology Antiseizure (antiepileptic) drugs (Abstract) Assoc. Prof. Ivan Lambev
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Classification of antiepileptic drugs . First-generation. Phenytoin ** Carbamazepine ** Valproate ** Phenobarbital and . Primidone. Benzodiazepines (e.g.Clonazepam
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ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS Prof. Mohammad Saad AL-Humayyd Definition of Epilepsy It is a Chronic medical condition produced by sudden changes in the electrical function of the brain.
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Antiepileptic Drugs. Effects. Suppress discharge of neurons within a seizure focus . Suppress propagation of seizure activity from the focus to other areas of the brain
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CHAPTER 13 Antiepileptic Agents Epilepsy Seizure Brief episode of abnormal electrical activity in the brain Convulsion Involuntary spasmodic contractions of any or all voluntary muscles throughout the body, including skeletal and facial muscles Epilepsy Chronic, recurrent pattern of seizures ...
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Psychotropic Drugs Mental Health ... thyroid disorders, urinary retention, and seizures Anticonvulsants/Antiepileptic Drugs Causes an increase in GABA in the CNS-which ... Combination with other CNS depressants Renal or hepatic dysfunction History of drug abuse or addiction Depression and ...
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Second-Line Antiepileptic Drugs (Adjunct) ethosuximide (Zarontin) gabapentin (Neurontin) lamotrigine (Lamictal) diazepam (Valium ... Classification of Epilepsy Antiepileptic Drugs (AEDs) Antiepileptic Drugs (cont’d) Mechanism of Action and Drug Effects Antiepileptic Drugs: ...
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Antiepileptic Drug Therapy Neuronal Activity Polarized (resting) Depolarized (firing) Sodium and calcium enter the cell When sufficient amounts cross, ... CNS Depressants Sedatives Drugs that have an inhibitory effect on the CNS to the degree that they reduce: ...
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Neuropharmacology of Antiepileptic Drugs American Epilepsy Society P-Slide * 17 yo boy with h/o generalized tonic clonic seizures for 4 years on phenytoin 300mg/day for 2 years WITHOUT SUPERVISION.
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Drug Therapy. Types of drugs employed. Mood stabilizers (Lithium) ... Antiepileptic Drugs. Divalproex sodium (Valproate) Carbamazepine. Reduces symptoms. Protects against recurrence of mania and depression. Target trough plasma level: 4–12 mcg/mL. Lamotrigine.
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The Pharmacology of Obesity Thomas Repas D.O. Diabetes, Endocrinology and Nutrition Center, Affinity Medical Group, Neenah, Wisconsin Member, Diabetes Advisory Group, Wisconsin Diabetes Prevention and Control Program
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GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF PHARMACOLOGY Pharmacology is the study drug effects on living systems Most drugs alter central nervous system function by acting at the level of the individual nerve cell
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Antiepileptic Drugs Department of Pharmacology Zhang Yan-mei Nature of Epilepsy Epilepsy affects about 0.5% of the population. The characteristic event is the seizure, which is often associated with convulsion, but may occur in many other forms.
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Pharmacology in MS Advanced Practice Management Heidi Maloni APRN, BC [email protected] Objectives Discuss basic principles of pharmacology, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
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Chapter 15: Over-the-Counter (OTC) and Prescription Drugs
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CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY OF DRUGS AFFECTING THE NERVOUS SYSTEM BASIC QUESTIONS Clinical pharmacology of CNS stimulants Clinical ... Sedation → ‘Hypnosis’ → Anesthesia → Coma → Death Anticonvulsant/antiepileptic effect - all barbiturates stop convulsions in progress ...
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Pharmacological treatment is very successful in the majority of cases, but requires accurate diagnosis and classification of seizures ... monotherapy is preferred to the use of multiple drugs Serum drug levels are a guide to therapy, ...
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Use of the New Antiepileptic Agents Anthony Murro, M.D. Research Support I currently received support for research involving biravacetam from UCB New Antiepileptic Agents Lacosamide (Vimpat) Rufinamide (Banzel) Vigabatrin (Sabril) Clobazam (Onfi) Ezogabine (Potiga) Lacosamide Adjunctive therapy ...
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Title: PowerPoint Chapter 16 Subject: Central and Peripheral Nervous System Medications Author: Edmunds, Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology, 6th Edition
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The nurse made an appropriate nursing judgment by giving a lesser amount of the drug. 2. The nurse acted correctly ... Agents Psychotropic Agents Antiepileptic Agents Antiparkinsonism Agents Muscle Relaxants ... Agents GI drugs Adrenergic Agents The nurse administer ...
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Pharmacology is the study of drugs in living systems. It encompasses the understanding of all medication effects, whether diagnostic, therapeutic, ... Many drugs used for maintenance therapy, such as cardiovascular, pulmonary, antiepileptic, and antirheumatic medications, ...
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Ther Drug Monit 2006;28:413-418 (P=.002) Joffe et al. Biol Psychiatry 2006 N CONH2 An Incomplete Listing 270 90 Diltiazem Dosing, ... Therapeutic Options Part 4: Specific Medications for Bipolar Disorder (Lithium and Antiepileptic Drugs) ...
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... liquid Several others that end with –ane Inhaled drugs are used together with IV drugs ... category Relatively short duration of action Does not suppress REM sleep Tizanidine = zanaflex Treats muscle spasms Antiepileptic Agents Ch 13 Epilepsy Common name for seizure disorder Not ...
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Title: Sedative-Hypnotic Drugs, Chapter 22 Author: Office 2004 Test Drive User Last modified by: Office 2004 Test Drive User Created Date: 3/26/2007 6:39:16 PM
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Pharmacology of Antiepileptic Drugs in Clinical Practice. The Neurologist 2010;16:353–357. Johannessen SI, Landmark CJ. Antiepileptic drug interactions - principles and clinical implications. Curr Neuropharmacol. 2010 Sep;8(3):254-67.
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Non-Opioid Pharmacology in Pain Management. David Tauben, MD. Clinical Associate Professor. Anesthesia & Pain Medicine. Medicine . ... Drugs. Opioids. Hypnotics. Antidepressants. Antiepileptics. NSAIDs “Antispasm” drugs. Cannabinoids. Interventional. Behavioral. CBT.
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Topic Outline . Basic pharmacokinetics . Antihypertensive drugs. Anti-spasticity drugs. Antiepileptic drugs. Anti-Parkinson drugs. Anxiolytic drugs. Antidepressant drugs
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Save Drugs for Children with CHD: ... e.g. rheuma and TPL Antiepileptic agents Anticongestive and antiarrhythmic agents ... Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) of unlicensed and of label drug prescription in paediatrics fluid restriction ...
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ANTICONVULSANT DRUGS Edward D. French, Ph.D. ... THE IDEAL ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG Known mechanism of action Fully effective in monotherapy in a variety of seizure types without tolerance No serious side effects No dose-related neurotoxicity within the therapeutic range High therapeutic index Non ...
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Title: Pharmacology Author: Dentalelle Last modified by: Andrea Created Date: 5/25/2004 12:22:23 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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Drug treatment of uncontrolled seizures. Epilepsy Res Suppl. 1992;5:29-35. I. Partial (Focal) Seizures. ... Most classical antiepileptic drugs exhibit similar pharmacokinetic properties. Good absorption (although most are sparingly soluble).
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nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs Carbamazepine antiepileptic drug reasonable alternative to lithium used to treat acute mania, mixed ...
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Antiseizure Drugs By S. Bohlooli, PhD
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Antiepileptic Drugs (AED) Na Channel Blockade. Phenytoin (Dilantin) Gingival hypertrophy, hirsutism, rash, lymphadenopathy. Fetal Hydantoin Syndrome. Carbamazepine (Tegretol) Steven-Johnson Syndrome (SJS), SIADH, agranulocytosis. Cyt-P450 Induction.
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Metabolic Activation and Idiosycratic Drug ... morbidity and mortality One of the most common causes for drug recalls or black box warning labels Of a total of 548 drugs ... (Daily Dose > 3000 mg) Leone AM, Kao LM, McMillian MK et al. Evaluation of Felbamate and Other Antiepileptic Drug ...
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Determination of LD50 of Phenobarbital Lab # 6 Outline Phenobarbital: MOA, SE LD50 Determination of phenobarbital LD50 Phenobarbital Barbiturates group Antiepileptic Sedative-hypnotic MOA Potentiates the synaptic inhibition through its action on GABAA receptors SE Sedation Megaloblastic ...
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SEDATIVE/HYPNOTICS ANXIOLYTICS Martha I. Dávila-García, Ph.D. Howard University Department of Pharmacology
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COMT metabolizes some drugs COMT inhibitors will increase levels and activity of those drugs Methyl dopa (a BP drug) Dobutamine (used in heart failure) Isoproterenol ... Microglioma Slide 17 Antiepileptic Drugs (AEDs): Mechanism of Action Antiepileptic Drugs (AEDs): Mechanism of Action ...
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General Pharmacology Drugs That Affect the Central Nervous System S. Habibian Dehkordi D.V.M, Ph.D Signs and symptoms: 1- Elevate Mood 2- Increase Motor Activity 3- Increase Alertness 4- Decrease need for Sleep In case of overdose lead to convulsion and death.
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... Oxcarbazepine Drug: Trileptal® (oxcarbazepine) Therapeutic Category: Anticonvulsant Sponsor: Novartis Original ... Oxcarbazepine DNP Presentation Independent analysis of suicidality in controlled clinical trials of all antiepileptic drugs One Year Post-Exclusivity Adverse Event ...
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Efficacy and Tolerability of the New Antiepileptic Drugs, II: Treatment of Refractory Epilepsy Report of the TTA and QSS Subcommittees of the American Academy of Neurology
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