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Neuropharmacology and Neurosurgical Sections - Self Test
Table of Contents
- Seizure vs. Epilepsy
- Antiepileptic drugs
II History of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs)
III AEDs: Molecular and cellular mechanisms
IV Cellular mechanisms of seizure generation
V Pharmacokinetic principles
- Drug metabolism enzymes
- AED inducers
- AED inhibitors
- AED Serum Concentrations
- Definitions: Therapeutic Index, Steady state
- Pharmacodynamic interactions
VI Comparative pharmacokinetics of old vs. new AEDs
VII Pharmacokinetics in special populations
VIII Metabolic changes of AEDs
IX AEDs and drug interactions
X Adverse effects
- Acute vs. chronic