Epilim

Epilim

A brand name for SODIUM VALPROATE.
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They are marketed under several brand names including: Absenor, Convival Chrono, Convulex, Delepsine, Depakin, Depakine, Depakote, Depamag, Depamide, Deprakine, Diplexil, Dipromal, Epilim, Episenta, Epival, Ergenyl, Espa-Valept, Hexaquin, Kentlim, Leptilan, Micropakine L.
She claimed she was never told by doctors about the harm that Epilim, one type of valproate, could do.
Sodium valproate, which is marketed under several names including Epilim, is prescribed for epilepsy, migraine and bipolar disorder.
Diagnosed with bipolar II, Traci is on a drug called Epilim, as well as occasionally taking Seroquel to help with irritation and anxiety.
Llyfr sy'n neud i chi gwestiynu be oedd yn digwydd pan oedd meddygon Teulu yn cwrdd a rep yn harbwr Aberaeron ac oedd yn neud i chi ddeall pam fod yr argyfwng antibiotics mor ddifrifol a pham fod trychineb y cyffur Epilim a ddatgelwyd gan Paul Flynn wedi ei gadw'n dawel gyhyd.
Last week, lawyers acting for 80 families who blame Epilim, sodium valproate, for their children's birth defects dropped their case against makers Sanofi-aventis.
The main drugs that cause DRESS are anticonvulsants, often used for epilepsy, including carbamazepine, sold as Carbatrol by Shire, valproate, sold by Abbott Laboratories as Depakine and Sanofi-Aventis as Epilim, Lamictal from GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis' Trileptal and Pfizer's Neurontin.
She said she would have come off epilim - an antiepileptic mood stabiliser - and lithium if she had been aware there were risks to the foetus.
Preliminary findings show that children whose mothers took the drug sodium valproate (SV), which is sold under the brand name Epilim, had a lower IQ, regardless of the mother's intelligence.
Sodium valproate - which is marketed as the anti-seizure drug Epilim - has been shown by the research team to reactivate the body's own defences against a small protein called amyloid beta peptide, which is the main component of the brain plaques characteristic in Alzheimer's.
The NMC panel heard on April 10, 2006, Palijo took a bottle of Epilim, an epilepsy medicine after it was requested by the unidentified child's parent, referred to only as RA during the hearing.
The facility was owned by Sterling Winthrop until it was taken over by its current owners in 1994 As well as Plavix - a blood thinning drug - the Tyneside plant manufactures many of Sanofi-aventis' key products including Epilim and Solpadol.