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Trileptal

Trileptal is structurally a derivative of carbamazepine, adding an extra oxygen atom to the benzylcarboxamide group. This difference helps reduce the impact on the liver of metabolizing the drug, and also prevents the serious forms of anemia occasionally associated with carbamazepine. Aside from this reduction in side effects, it is thought to have the same mechanism as carbamazepine – sodium channel inhibition – and is generally used to treat partial seizures in epileptic children and adults.

Trileptal is structurally a derivative of carbamazepine, adding an extra oxygen atom to the benzylcarboxamide group. This difference helps reduce the impact on the liver of metabolizing the drug, and also prevents the serious forms of anemia occasionally associated with carbamazepine. Aside from this reduction in side effects, it is thought to have the same mechanism as carbamazepine – sodium channel inhibition – and is generally used to treat the same conditions.

Isolated cases of overdose with trileptal have been reported. The maximum dose taken was approximately 24,000 mg. All patients recovered with symptomatic treatment.

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Drug: Trileptal
Strength: 300 Mg
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Drug: Trileptal
Strength: 150 Mg
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Drug: Trileptal
Strength: 600 Mg
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Color: Pink
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Drug: Trileptal
Strength: 600 Mg
Pill Imprint: TF TF CG CG
Color: Yellow
Shape: Elliptical / Oval

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