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  • [Epilepsy and breastfeeding: from myth to reality]. [Review]
    Rev Neurol 2019; 69(2):68-76Cabo-Lopez I, Canneti B, Puy-Nunez A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Very few AEDs are incompatible with breastfeeding. The decision to breastfeed should take into account not only the AED, but also its number, dose, serum levels, transmission and elimination rates in the infant, and the conditions of the newborn infant. Ethosuximide and felbamate are probably high risk and incompatible with breastfeeding. Lamotrigine, phenobarbital, pregabalin, primidone, tiagabine, eslicarbazepine, brivaracetam, perampanel, zonisamide, lacosamide or the sporadic use of benzodiazepines in low doses are considered quite safe, with a low risk for breastfeeding. The other AEDs present a very low risk for breastfeeding.
  • Timing use of novel anti-epileptic drugs: is earlier better? [Journal Article]
    Expert Rev Neurother 2019; :1-10de Biase S, Nilo A, … Merlino G
  • Introduction: Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders. The goal of pharmacologic therapy remains complete freedom from seizures with minimal side effects. Despite advancements and the development of third-generation antiepileptic drugs (AEDs), a third of patients with epilepsy remain refractory to pharmacotherapy. Areas covered: The present manuscript is based on an extensive In…
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