Category Archives: Epilepsy

Intranasal Formulation Studied for Seizure Cluster Patients

Increased seizure activity including seizure clusters (SCs) and acute repetitive seizures (ARS) are seizure emergencies that require prompt medical attention. Immediate and effective treatment is needed or these seizures may progress to status epilepticus. Treatment in a hospital setting is … Continue reading

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Different Brain Rhythms In Healthy And Ill

Virtual brains modeling epilepsy and schizophrenia display less complexity among functional connections, and other differences compared to healthy brain models, researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine report. The researchers worked backward from brain rhythms – the oscillating … Continue reading

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