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The patient's past medical history was significant for CKD on nightly peritoneal dialysis, T2D mellitus, peripheral neuropathy, gastroesophageal reflux disease, hypertension, and chronic pain.
In order to determine the risk of PD associated with various β2‐adrenoreceptor drugs, the study authors assessed United States Medicare beneficiary data from 2009.
Short-term administration of carbapenem antibiotics may be beneficial in the treatment of VPA overdose in patients with no history of seizure disorder.
Research has found that gabapentin and pregabalin induced myoclonus is often seen but is rarely documented.
Lamotrigine and levetiracetam are just as effective as other AEDs, and are better tolerated as well.
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