Comparison of lamotrigine and oxcarbazepine monotherapy for pediatric focal epilepsy: An observational study


Evidence-based medicine is an approach used for characterizing antiepileptic drugs for optimized decision-making since both traditional and new antiepileptic drugs have been introduced to the field of focal epilepsy. Evidence-based medicine guides treatment in certain specific populations, but neurologists should not overlook clinicians’ personal experience and patient-related factors, including age, comorbidity, adverse effects and economic state, when deciding how to treat patients [1].


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