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Vol 9, No 1 (2017) THERAPEUTIC DRUG MONITORING OF ANTICONVULSANTS IN CHILDREN IN CLINICAL PRACTICE Abstract  similar documents
M. V. Leonova, M. A. Ivzhits, I. F. Tischenkova, L. L. Shteinberg
"... . 75 children aged 1-18 years and 59 preterm newborns aged 0-90 days receiving valproic acid drugs were ..."
 
Vol 9, No 3 (2017) USE OF VALPROIC ACID IN WOMEN WITH EPILEPSY DURING PREGNANCY Abstract  similar documents
A. V. Yakunina, I. E. Poverennova, V. A. Kalinin, S. A. Nenasheva
"... Objective: to evaluate the use of valproic acid in treatment of epilepsy during pregnancy ..."
 
Vol 9, No 2 (2017) 4-BENZOYLPYRIDINE OXIME DERIVATIVE (GIZH-298) VERSUS VALPROIC ACID: THE ANTICONVULSANT POTENTIAL EFFECT IN A MODEL OF EPILEPSY IN RATS WITH COBALT-INDUCED LESIONS Abstract  similar documents
I. O. Gaydukov, S. A. Litvinova, T. A. Voronina, L. N. Nerobkova, L. A. Zhmurenko, G. V. Mokrov, G. G. Avakyan, I. S. Kutepova
"... GIZH-298 (4-benzoylpyridine oxime derivative) versus valproic acid (VPA) in a model of epilepsy in rats ..."
 
Vol 8, No 4 (2016) NONCONVULSIVE STATUS EPILEPTICUS IN PATIENTS WITH LIMBIC ENCEPHALITIS Abstract  similar documents
M. A. Sherman, I. V. Ardashev, I. V. Ponomareva, H. Sherman
"... of glucocorticoid pulse-therapy, complimented by long-term regiment of valproic acid, is shown as a successful ..."
 
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