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In this lecture Professor Zach Murphy will be presenting on seizure medications. This lecture will begin by discussing the pathophysiology of seizures and how seizures are typically triggered. We will then transition into the mechanism of action of seizure medications and look at the cellular level where these drugs exert their effects. We then talk about the most common names of seizure medications and the general classes they fall within. We conclude this lecture with a discussion on adverse drug reactions and contraindications to seizure medications.
Table of Contents:
0:08 Migraine Medications Introduction
0:30 Pathophysiology of Seizures
12:01 Mechanism of Action and Seizure Medication Names
28:29 Adverse Effects and Contraindications
48:56 Outro: As Always, Until Next Time
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