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Medication and treatment

Epilepsy Society Carers factsheet

Being a carer for someone with epilepsy: what help is available and organisations that can help.

£0.35

Carers (factsheet)

Emergency epilepsy medication - buccal midazolam

About status epilepticus: how is it treated and a step-by-step guide to administration, with photos. For people who are prescribed buccal midazolam for prolonged seizures (2015).

£1.20

Emergency medication - buccal midazolam (booklet)

Emergency epilepsy medication - rectal diazepam

About status epilepticus: how it is treated and a step-by-step guide to administration, with photos. For people who are prescribed rectal diazepam for prolonged seizures (2015).

£1.20

Emergency medication - rectal diazepam (booklet)

Epilepsy surgery factsheet

What epilepsy surgery involves, who can have surgery and pre-surgical tests.
*Part of the first five free offer*

£0.35

Epilepsy Surgery (factsheet)

Medication for epilepsy booklet and chart

The booklet covers issues around taking anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) for epilepsy.
*Part of the first five free offer*

£1.00

Medication for epilepsy

VNS factsheet

How VNS works, who it may help and side effects.
*Part of the first five free offer*

£0.35

VNS (Vagus Nerve Stimulation) (factsheet)