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Epilepsy (EP) is a ceaseless issue in modern nations because of tobacco smoking, hot food varieties, way of life changes, albuminuria, ulcers, IBS, skin rashes and deferred wounds. Many of these contemporary synthetic drugs were treated through EP-associated disease conditions to expel less therapeutic efficacy, unwanted effects and unknowing unwanted effects. Our present survey found to estimate the various parameters of antiepileptic drug-consuming patients in various zones of Kerala. The literature surveyed based on a selected cohort was used. In our study, 1500 epileptic patient details were collected  The present study aimed to determine the pattern of prescription of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) in a cohort of patients with epilepsy (PWE) attending a tertiary care centre in the Kerala zone. The related illnesses condition results communicated that the EP-related infections pervasiveness was low (502 Numbers and 51.1%) contrasted with Non-related sicknesses (300 Numbers and 57.9 %). The discoveries of extreme EP Patients' pervasiveness were more (182 Numbers and 18.5%) when contrasted with serious EP patients (18 Numbers and 3.4 %) Polytherapy is a very common practice in our tertiary care centre. Sodium VPA, a highly prescribed AED, results in good control of generalized seizures, whereas focal seizures are well controlled by CBZ alone as well as in combination. The present study highlights the commonly prescribed combinations of AEDs resulting in the control of different types of seizures.

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Muhammad Ashraf Vattikuth, & G. Nagaraja perumal. (2024). Prescription Pattern Analysis Of Antiepileptic Drugs To Detect The Diverse Adverse Drug Reactions. International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 12(2), 1–11. Retrieved from