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This atlas is among the so much finished compilations of obtainable assets for epilepsy ever tried, delivering an illustrative presentation of data at the present prestige of epilepsy prone and care to be had from one hundred sixty international locations protecting 97.5% of the area population.The facts make sure what pros within the box of epilepsy have recognized for a very long time - that epilepsy care is grossly insufficient in comparison with the wishes in such a lot international locations. by way of epilepsy care, so much international locations are constructing international locations .
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9% of the responding countries. Long-term video/EEG monitoring, however, is available in only 50% of the responding countries. 3% in the Eastern Mediterranean, and 100% in Europe. 1% of highincome countries. 8% in the Americas. Furthermore, it is available free of charge or without any special condition for people with epilepsy in three-quarter of countries in Europe where such facilities exist, compared with one-third in the Eastern Mediterranean. 3% of the responding countries. In more than half of these countries, they are available to people with epilepsy free of charge or without any special condition.
Although it is expensive and difﬁcult to tolerate, reduction in the frequency of seizures has been consistently reported. There are no reports on the use of this method in Africa. An alternative to surgery is vagus nerve stimulation; as this involves implantation of an expensive device, its present applicability is limited to the developed world. Bridging the treatment gap In order to solve progressively the huge challenge of reducing the treatment gap, professionals from various sectors managing every aspect of the lives of people with epilepsy will need to take action in a multidisciplinary approach, coordinating health, education, social and professional activities and psychology.
Epilepsy specialists also play an important role in awareness raising, advocacy, and education of professionals, people with epilepsy and the general public. These 38 aspects are pertinent for a disorder such as epilepsy, where sociocultural issues are a major barrier to adequate treatment and rehabilitation. ◆ Efforts need to be made to develop specialization in epilepsy. 8% ion t ita bil ls na rch sea e cy R ca vo d A i Tra 39 11 A N T I EP ILEPTIC DRUGS Introduction ◆ The data are presented for the four commonly used AEDs: phenobarbital, phenytoin, carbamazepine and valproic acid.