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Publication Date: 20 Jun 2013
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 128
Author: Pamela Crawford
ISBN-13: 9781847092786, 9781847092793

Coping with Epilepsy

By Pamela Crawford
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Summary
Epilepsy is common, affecting around one in 200 people. This well-established book explains ways to treat and manage the condition in adults, with a particular focus on women with epilepsy and their reproductive health. Updated by leading consultant neurologist Professor Pamela Crawford, this new edition provides the latest thinking about anti-epileptic drugs and surgery. It looks at the most suitable medications for seizure management in general, and gives information as to the safest way to treat epilepsy in fertile and pregnant women.
About the Author
Professor Pam Crawford is Consultant Neurologist and Director of the Special Centre for Epilepsy at York District Hospital. She is also Visiting Professor of Community Neurological Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University. Fiona Marshall is a writer and editor.

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