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felbamate

 [fel´bah-māt″]
an anticonvulsant used in treatment of epilepsy; administered orally.

felbamate

/fel·ba·mate/ (fel´bah-māt″) an anticonvulsant used in the treatment of epilepsy.

felbamate

[fel′bämāt′]
an anticonvulsant used in treatment of epilepsy; administered orally.

felbamate

Felbatol® Neurology A second-line antiepileptic which ↓ seizures in Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy of childhood onset that is poorly controlled with other agents

felbamate,

n brand name: Felbatol;
drug class: anticonvulsant;
action: anticonvulsant action is unclear;
uses: alone or as an adjunct therapy in partial seizures.

felbamate

a dicarbamate anticonvulsant.
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It is not known whether this change in serum levels increases ovulation, but caution is appropriate for patients taking phenytoin, barbiturates, carbamazepine, topiramate, felbamate, and vigabatrin.
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