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In this series of short videos, Professor Martin Brodie, President of the International Bureau for Epilepsy, talks about the everyday challenges of dealing with epilepsy. He discusses the trials and issues faced by both people with epilepsy and their clinicians, including the difficult topic of SUDEP, and offers insights into how patient outcomes can be improved.

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“What are the challenges faced by clinicians when treating people with epilepsy?”

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Clinicians aim for seizure freedom in their patients, but what happens when a patient doesn’t respond to treatment?

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“Can you tell us about striking the balance between seizure freedom and quality of life when it comes to treating certain patients?”

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The challenge for clinicians is finding a treatment that works, yet does not burden the patient with intolerable side effects. What can the clinician do to improve the patient’s quality of life?

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“Can you tell us about the risks associated with having epilepsy and the challenges in achieving seizure freedom?”

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Tackling the difficult topic of the worst possible outcome: sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.

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“What are the challenges presented when treating those with co-morbidities?”

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Advice on how to approach the treatment of patients with multiple needs.

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“What additional interventions can clinicians put in place to improve patient outcomes?”

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Making use of the available resources to support patients, and the hugely beneficial impact of epilepsy nurse specialists.

These videos have been developed and funded by Arvelle. The views expressed by Professor Brodie in these videos are based on his own clinical experience.

SUDEP = sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.

P-UK-CE-2100047    December 2021

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