Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Anti-epileptic



*Overview* -

1. g.seizure -
                   
*GTCS* -
  DO *C* - valproic
 *Second line* - Carbamazepin


  *Absence* *seizure*
 E 4 times ---> Ethosuximide is used commonly used.



also - T type ca ion channel blocker are used in absence seizure. *VEZ*



                   

*2. Partial seizure* - DOC - carbamazepin
               
Simple seizure - consciousness ( 30 minutes )


3.weight loss -Topicamide ,Felbamate

4.Weight gain - valproic acid ;

5. High PPB - fosphenytoin ( prodrug , saline use )

6. Phenytoin - PAST MAO

7. Self inducer - phenobarbiton , carbamazepin

8. G.T.CS - doc - valproic acid
2nd line drug - carbamazepin

9. Spinabifda - CV ( valproic , carbamazepin )

10. CA inhibitors - Johnny , Topi

NMDA inh - Felbamate

11. Daibetic neuropathy pain - su *GA* r - Gabapentin.

12. Johny not used in Sulfa-allergic patient , cause renal stone ,t1/2 - 1 day

13. Bhiga - bhigi annkhen - visual field contraction ( renal atrophy )

14.  Pr. Na inactivation - VP TLC

13. Cl - 2 bewakoof GV 2

14 - T ca inh - EF TV

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