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25 Best Epilepsy Books
dancer86442 posted:
For People of All Ages > Epilepsy Talk
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hawiian_girl_73 responded:

I have a book called EPILEPSY 199 ANSWERS a Doctor responds to his patient's questions

It talks about EP in general, the types of szs, what they may look like, fisrat aid for them, etc then he will go into generic vs brand name drgus rhs cost and are the same ingredient, driving which varieis from statte to state and whterh doc have to report it or not, being in an EMU and what to expect, brain surgery, mapping, alternative surgery, VNS, RNS, NCP, Corpus Collustomy, etc. having s/e getiiing out of bed or ot hr in teh am. the expence of drugs etc.

He covers it all plus a glossary and all the EFAs in teh country.



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