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2012-02-07 14:43:27

Seizures eliminated in 48 percent of patients and QOL improved in 80 percent of patients according to 26-year follow-up While epilepsy surgery is a safe and effective intervention for seizure control, medical therapy remains the more prominent treatment option for those with epilepsy. However, a new 26-year study reveals that following epilepsy surgery, nearly half of participants were free of disabling seizures and 80% reported better quality of life than before surgery. Findings from...

2012-01-17 16:48:58

A team of Australian researchers has come a step closer to unlocking a mystery that causes epileptic seizures in babies. Benign familial infantile epilepsy (BFIE) has been recognized for some time as infantile seizures, without fever, that run in families but the cause has so far eluded researchers. However clinical researchers at the University of Melbourne and Florey Neurosciences Institute and molecular geneticists at the University of South Australia have discovered a gene. BFIE is...

2012-01-16 04:20:01

Tokyo, Jan 16, 2012 - (JCN Newswire) - Nobelpharma Co. Ltd and Eisai Co. Ltd announced today that they will launch the anticonvulsant agent Fostoin 750 mg for Injection (fosphenytoin sodium hydrate, "fostoin") on January 17. Developed in Japan by Nobelpharma, Fostoin will be marketed by Eisai and co-promoted by both companies under a previously concluded marketing agreement.Fostoin is a water-soluble prodrug of phenytoin injection, a drug that has long been used both in Japan and overseas as...

2012-01-11 22:00:00

The Consumer Justice Foundation, whose Web site URL can be found at http://www.depakotebirthinjury.com, is a for-profit corporation staffed by a team of professional consumer advocates whose mission is to provide information for consumers concerning the potential dangers of certain prescription medications by way of free online educational resources. The CJF hereby alerts the public of the results of a survey concerning women who used hormonal birth control methods in conjunction with...


Word of the Day
tessitura
  • The prevailing range of a vocal or instrumental part, within which most of the tones lie.
This word is Italian in origin and comes from the Latin 'textura,' web, structure.