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Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy 24건

  1. [해외논문]   Editorial Board & Aims and Scope   SCI SCIE


    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. i - i , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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  2. [해외논문]   Effects of eslicarbazepine acetate on lipid profile and sodium levels in patients with epilepsy   SCI SCIE

    Pulitano, Patrizia (Department of Neurology and Psychiatry, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy ) , Franco, Valentina (Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology Unit, Department of Internal Medicine and Therapeutics, University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy ) , Mecarelli, Oriano (Department of Neurology and Psychiatry, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy ) , Brienza, Marianna (Department of Neurology and Psychiatry, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy ) , Davassi, Chiara (Department of Neurology and Psychiatry, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy ) , Russo, Emilio (Department of Science of Health, School of Medicine and Surgery, University “Magna Graecia” of Catanzaro, Catanzaro, Italy)
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 1 - 3 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose Several studies have demonstrated that treatment with enzyme-inducing antiepileptic drugs is associated with increased serum lipid levels. Eslicarbazepine acetate (ESL) is a novel antiepileptic drug specifically designed with the objective to identify carbamazepine and oxcarbazepine analogues with favorable pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic profiles. The present study aimed to assess the changes in lipid profile and sodium levels in patients with epilepsy taking ESL as adjunctive therapy. Method This report describes a retrospective cohort study of 36 adult patients with epilepsy, taking ESL as an add-on treatment. The laboratory values assessed prior and after (range 6–18 months) ESL treatment were sodium levels, total cholesterol (TC), low (LDL) and high (HDL) density lipoproteins and triglycerides. Results TC and LDL values were significantly decreased already after at least six months of therapy with ESL (191.3±29.6 vs 179.7±29.2mg/dl, p Conclusions Add-on therapy with ESL, in contrast to the negative effects observed with traditional older carboxamides, positively affects lipid metabolism profile in patients with epilepsy over an average follow-up of 11 months. Further research is needed to confirm the obtained results with a focus on a comprehensive assessment of the biochemical and molecular mechanisms involved.

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  3. [해외논문]   Epilepsy in tuberous sclerosis patients in Sweden – Healthcare utilization, treatment, morbidity, and mortality using national register data   SCI SCIE

    Welin, Karl-Olof (The Swedish Institute for Health Economics, Sweden ) , Carlqvist, Peter (Novartis Sverige AB, Sweden ) , Svensson, Anders (Novartis Sverige AB, Sweden ) , Althin, Rikard (The Swedish Institute for Health Economics, Sweden ) , Eklund, Erik (Department of Clinical Sciences, Lund University, University Hospital Lund, Sweden ) , Rask, Olof (Department of Clinical Sciences, Lund University, University Hospital Lund, Sweden)
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 4 - 9 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose This study is designed to estimate the prevalence of epilepsy associated with TSC in Sweden and to describe treatment, morbidity, and mortality of TSC patients with epilepsy. Methods Register data for 2004–2014 was obtained from the National Board of Health and Welfare in Sweden. Patients with TSC were identified using ICD-10 codes. Epilepsy was identified using ICD-10 codes, interventions aimed to treat epilepsy, or prescriptions for antiepileptic drugs. Results The prevalence of TSC was 5.38 per 100 000 individuals. We identified 551 unique patients with TSC, of which 386 (70.1%) had epilepsy. The mean study period was 8.82 years. Antiepileptic drugs were dispensed to 97.9% of patients with epilepsy. The most prescribed antiepileptic drug was sodium valproate. Ketogenic diet was used in 6 (1.6%) patients, vagus nerve stimulation in 23 (6.0%) patients, and epilepsy surgery was performed in 25 (6.5%) patients. The mean number of outpatient visits per year was 4.70 (SD 4.17) and the mean number of inpatient days per year was 3.25 (SD 5.61). The mean number of outpatient visits per year with an ICD-10 code for epilepsy was 1.65 (SD 1.95) and the corresponding number of inpatient days was 2.06 (SD 4.50). A total of 30 patients with TSC and epilepsy died during the study period. Conclusions The prevalence of epilepsy in this study was in the lower range of previously reported numbers, suggesting that epilepsy may be overestimated in non-population based studies. A substantial part of the healthcare utilization was directly related to epilepsy. Highlights Register study of all TSC patients with epilepsy in Sweden during 2004–2013. The prevalence of epilepsy is lower than in previous studies of TSC patients. 97.9% of patients have been prescribed antiepileptic drugs at some point. Epilepsy make up a significant part of healthcare use in TSC patients with epilepsy.

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  4. [해외논문]   Safety at The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre   SCI SCIE

    Anderson, James (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, G51 4TF, United Kingdom. ) , Grant, Victoria (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, G51 4TF, United Kingdom. ) , Elgammal, Mariam (The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre, 20 St Kenneth Drive, Glasgow, G51 4QD, United Kingdom. ) , Campbell, Alison (The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre, 20 St Kenneth Drive, Glasgow, G51 4QD, United Kingdom. ) , Hampshire, Julia (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, G51 4TF, United Kingdom. ) , Hansen, Stig (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, G51 4TF, United Kingdom. ) , Russell, Aline J.C. (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, G51 4TF, United Kingdom.)
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 10 - 12 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose We examined the yield from EMFIT bed alarms and staff response time to generalised seizure in a medium term residential assessment unit for epilepsy. Methods The Scottish Epilpesy Centre (SEC) has a Video Observation System (VOS) that provides continuous recording of all patient spaces (external and internal) and allows retention of clinically relevant events. A retrospective audit of daily EMFIT test records, nursing seizure record sheets (seizure type and EMFIT alert status), clinical incident reporting systems and the VOS database of retained clinical events was conducted for an 9 month period from April 1st 2016 till December 31st 2016. All generalized tonic clonic seizures (GTCS) were noted by patient, time and location and staff response time to GTCS was calculated. Results There were 85 people admitted during the audit period who had 61 GTCS. 50 events were in bed and EMFIT alert status was recorded. On 8 occasions the EMFIT did not alert: 5 events were not of sufficient duration or frequency, in 2 the patient fell from the bed early and 1 event the alarm did not trigger. The average response time to GTCS was 23s. The longest response time was 69s (range, 0–69s, sd 15.76.). Conclusions The EMFIT bed alarm appears to be a valuable adjunct to safety systems. Within the novel environment of the SEC it is possible to maintain a response time to GTCS that is comparable to hospital based UK video telemetry units.

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  5. [해외논문]   Potential factors impacting health-related quality of life among patients with epilepsy: Results from the United Arab Emirates   SCI SCIE

    Alsaadi, Taoufik (American Center for Psychiatry & Neurology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ) , Kassie, Seada (American Center for Psychiatry & Neurology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ) , El Hammasi, Khadija (Department of Psychiatry, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ) , Shahrour, Tarek M. (Department of Psychiatry, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ) , Shakra, Mustafa (Department of Neurology, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ) , Turkawi, Lamya (Department of Neurology, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ) , Nasreddine, Wassim (Department of Neurology, American University of Beirut-Medical center 7, Lebanon, Lebanon ) , Raoof, Mufeed (Department of Psychiatry, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates)
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 13 - 17 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose to investigate potential factors impacting HRQOL among PWE at a medical facility in the UAE. Methods Depression, anxiety, and health-related quality of life were assessed in 160 adult patients with epilepsy from September 2014 to January 2015 at Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC). The World Health Organization Quality of Life abbreviated scale (WHOQOL-BREF), the Patient Health Questionnaire nine-item (PHQ-9) depression scale, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder seven-item (GAD-7) scale were administered. Demographic details including psychosocial factors were also obtained. Clinical details including seizure freedom, epilepsy type, epilepsy duration, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) results were recorded. Multivariate analysis was used to look at significant variables associated with HRQOL. Results Depression, anxiety, seizure freedom, and the use of anti-depressants had significant positive correlation with HRQOL in univariate analysis. However, depression, followed by seizure freedom, had the strongest association with HRQOL in a multivariate regression analysis. Conclusion Depression and seizure freedom, followed by anxiety and anti-depressants use, were significantly correlated with HRQOL. These results underscore the importance of screening for psychiatric comorbidities in patients with epilepsy. Implications Screening for comorbid psychiatric disorders should be an essential component of the standard of care, and incorporated in the treatment plan for all patients with epilepsy. Factors contributing to psychiatric symptoms among PWE, such as maladaptive illness perceptions, non-adherence to anti-epileptic drugs (AED), and social stigma should be carefully addressed to achieve an optimal health-care plan.

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  6. [해외논문]   MRI supersedes ictal EEG when other presurgical data are concordant   SCI SCIE

    Hur, Yun Jung (Epilepsy Center, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA ) , Kim, Andrew J. (Department of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, The Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA ) , Nordli Jr, Douglas R. (Department of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, The Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA)
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 18 - 22 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose When ictal EEG is discordant with MRI and other presurgical data, our group has sometimes discounted the ictal findings and proceeded with epilepsy surgical resection based on MRI. We aimed to evaluate the prudence of such practice by comparing the outcome of MRI-lesional epilepsy surgery patients with discordant ictal EEG with those with concordant ictal EEG. Method We retrospectively studied 115 children with epilepsy who underwent surgical resection of an MRI lesion that was corroborated as the epileptogenic focus by other presurgical findings. Ictal findings on video-EEG were categorized as: “positive ictal EEG” if the ictal onset localization was concordant with MRI and other presurgical data; “negative ictal EEG” if the ictus was discordant with them. Seizure-free outcome at 2 years was compared between the “positive” and the “negative” ictal EEG groups. Results Seizure-free outcome did not differ between children with positive ictal EEG (73%) and those with negative ictal EEG (80%). Positive ictal EEG did not result in better outcome regardless of the location of the surgery or the pathology of the lesion. Ictal EEG with 73% positive predictive value provided no added benefit in this cohort whose seizure-free outcome was of 77% irrespective of ictal EEG findings. Conclusions In our selected cohort of pediatric epilepsy surgery patients with an epileptogenic lesion on MRI and concordant other data, ictal EEG had limited predictive value. This calls into question the additive role of ictal recordings in patients with an MRI lesion and concordant other presurgical data. Highlights The role of mandatory ictal recordings in patients with MRI lesions is questionable. Ictal finding can show diffuse or uninformative pattern in pediatric epilepsy. Surgical outcome was not different between positive and negative ictal EEG results. Ictal recordings can be of limited value in pediatric patients with MRI lesions.

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  7. [해외논문]   Non-epileptic seizures in children: Views and approaches at a UK child and adolescent psychiatry conference   SCI SCIE

    McWilliams, Andrew (Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, Great Ormond Street, London WC1N 3JH, UK ) , Reilly, Colin (Research Department, Young Epilepsy, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6PW, UK ) , Heyman, Isobel (Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, Great Ormond Street, London WC1N 3JH, UK)
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 23 - 25 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose To describe clinical experiences of paediatric non-epileptic seizures (NES) among doctors attending a UK child and adolescent psychiatry conference. Methods Sixty-six participants completed a semi-structured bespoke questionnaire. Results are reported using descriptive statistics. Results Two-thirds of respondents regarded the best name for the disorder to be “non-epileptic seizures”. Although most doctors saw new cases each year, two-thirds described their own service as poorly equipped to manage NES. Anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) were commonly still being taken by children without epilepsy 6 months after their diagnosis. Preferred treatment approaches included supportive case management and cognitive behavioural therapy. Joint working with paediatrics and liaison with schools were seen as important. Conclusion Despite many clinicians having experience of the disorder, NES seemed to occupy a neglected status, often falling between paediatrics and child mental health, with inadequately defined care pathways leading to sub-optimal treatment. Re-configuration of services to prioritise liaison with paediatrics and education may support development of effective treatment, thus maximising health, social and educational opportunities for young people and their families.

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  8. [해외논문]   Epileptic seizure or not? Proportion of correct judgement based only on a video recording of a paroxysmal event   SCI SCIE

    Nagy, Eszter (Department of Paediatrics, University of Pécs, 7 József A. Street, Pécs, H-7623, Hungary ) , Major, Alexandra (Department of Paediatrics, University of Pécs, 7 József A. Street, Pécs, H-7623, Hungary ) , Farkas, Nelli (Institute of Bioanalysis, University of Pécs, 12 Szigeti Street, Pécs, H-7624, Hungary ) , Holló (Department of Paediatrics, University of Pécs, 7 József A. Street, Pécs, H-7623, Hungary) , dy, Katalin
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 26 - 30 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose Our study was intended to measure the proportion of correct seizure recognition among different medical and non-medical groups based on only a video recording. Methods Video recordings about paroxysmal movements of 15 very young infants (2days − 5 months of age) were displayed for six groups: 159 1st-year medical students, 65 4–5th-year medical students, 52 paediatric residents, 18 paediatric neurologists from different European countries, 43 adult neurologists and 37 parents whose children were treated at our Department. All participants were asked to decide which recording they considered as of epileptic origin or a non-epileptic event. Correct answer rate (CAR) was calculated in each group for every video. Results The average CAR was the lowest in the group of 1st-year medical students (36.6%), the best results were reached by paediatric neurologists (67.4%). The CAR was significantly different between the groups of 1st-year medical students and paediatric neurologists (p=0.02), and between the groups of 1st-year medical students and residents (p=0.045). The CAR of the most deceptive epileptic seizure was only 18.2%. The judgement of parents proved to be better than that of the 1st-year medical students. Conclusions Recognising epileptic seizures in very young infants without EEG is extremely inaccurate. Even trained paediatric neurologists were able to judge correctly the different movement types in only 67.4% of the cases. The role of education and experience is clearly indicated by the increase in CAR from 1st-year medical students through well–trained paediatric neurologists. Highlights Correct diagnosis of infantile seizures without history and EEG is extremely hard. Correct epilepsy recognition grows proportionally with professional qualification. Experience and education improve the accuracy of seizure recognition.

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  9. [해외논문]   A multi-dataset time-reversal approach to clinical trial placebo response and the relationship to natural variability in epilepsy   SCI SCIE

    Goldenholz, Daniel M. (National Institutes of Health, NINDS, United States ) , Strashny, Alex (Centers for Disease Control, United States ) , Cook, Mark (University of Melbourne, Department of Neurology, Australia ) , Moss, Robert (SeizureTracker.com, United States ) , Theodore, William H. (National Institutes of Health, NINDS, United States)
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 31 - 36 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose Clinical epilepsy drug trials have been measuring increasingly high placebo response rates, up to 40%. This study was designed to examine the relationship between the natural variability in epilepsy, and the placebo response seen in trials. We tested the hypothesis that ‘reversing' trial direction, with the baseline period as the treatment observation phase, would reveal effects of natural variability. Method Clinical trial simulations were run with time running forward and in reverse. Data sources were: SeizureTracker.com (patient reported diaries), a randomized sham-controlled TMS trial, and chronically implanted intracranial EEG electrodes. Outcomes were 50%-responder rates (RR50) and median percentage change (MPC). Results The RR50 results showed evidence that temporal reversal does not prevent large responder rates across datasets. The MPC results negative in the TMS dataset, and positive in the other two. Conclusions Typical RR50s of clinical trials can be reproduced using the natural variability of epilepsy as a substrate across multiple datasets. Therefore, the placebo response in epilepsy clinical trials may be attributable almost entirely to this variability, rather than the “placebo effect”. Highlights A novel method presented determines if a clinical trial is reversible in time. Reversible trials suggests natural variability in seizure frequency. In 3 datasets, reversibility was present during a placebo condition. Trial placebo response rates may reflect natural variability in seizure frequency.

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  10. [해외논문]   How to choose a practicable duration time for capturing paroxysmal events by prolonged video electroencephalogram monitoring in the elderly?   SCI SCIE

    Chen, Jianhua (Corresponding author.) , Zhou, Xiangqin , Huang, Yan , Lu, Qiang , Jin, Liri , Sun, Heyang
    Seizure : European journal of Epilepsy v.53 ,pp. 37 - 41 , 2017 , 1059-1311 ,

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    Abstract Purpose To measure association between paroxysmal events and length of monitoring to identify a practicable duration time for capturing seizures in the elderly. Methods Consecutive inpatients 60 years and older who were admitted to the Epilepsy Center and underwent prolonged video electroencephalogram (VEEG) monitoring (VEM) were reviewed retrospectively. Electronic medical records were reviewed to collect information regarding sex, age at onset of symptoms and examination, concurrent epilepsy, frequency of seizures, diagnosis before and after examination, antiepileptic drugs (AEDs), brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and VEEG findings. Results A total of 184 consecutive elderly inpatients were enrolled. The mean age was 67.1±6.1 years (range, 60–89 years), with 69 females and 115 males. Mean length of monitoring was 20.4±18.9h (range, 1h–6days). During LTM, 89 patients (48.4%) recorded paroxysmal events, including 58 epileptic seizures (43.3%) and 31 non-epileptic events (16.8%). All non-epileptic events were captured during the first 24h. All first epileptic events were detected during the first 4days, with 98.9% of them recorded by the end of the 2nd day. Increased seizure incidence ( p = 0.000, odd ratio [OR]=0.075, 95% confidence interval [95%CI]: 0.035–0.163) and length of monitoring ( p = 0.001, OR=1.044, 95%CI: 1.017–1.071) were independently associated with paroxysmal events capture. Conclusions It may be practicable to monitor for 24h when a non-epileptic seizure is suspected, with expected monitoring duration of 2days when an epileptic seizure with daily or persistent frequency is considered, except for pre-surgical evaluations. Highlights Positivity of paroxysmal events is 48.4% in the elderly. Non-epileptic events, especially PNES, are usually detected on the first day. Over 98% of first epileptic events are detected during the first 2days with daily or persistent frequency. There should be different expected monitoring duration in patients with different seizure frequency.

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