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ISBN: 9789692101271
Color: 2
Size: 5.5”x 8.5”
BookCover: Paperback
Number Of Pages: 176

Key Benefits:

This resource caters to residents, general pediatricians, and pediatric neurologists. It offers up-to-date, clinically relevant information. It aims to enhance understanding of various epilepsies in pediatric patients. Covers both forms of epilepsy: epilepsy that has a benign course and epilepsy associated with progressive neurocognitive decline.

Expert-Backed Care for Pediatric Epilepsy

Introducing the Comprehensive Practice Guidelines

When it comes to the well-being of your child, you deserve nothing but the best. Our leading experts in pediatric neurology have meticulously crafted our Practice Guidelines for Pediatric Epilepsy. Based on years of comprehensive research and clinical experience, these guidelines have been refined to provide the most up-to-date and efficient advice for the treatment of pediatric epilepsy. You can relax knowing that dependable professionals are handling your child’s care.

Personalized Treatment Paths for Every Child

Tailored Solutions for Unique Needs

Each child’s experience with epilepsy is unique, as is their journey. Our practice guidelines provide tailored advice to meet each young patient’s unique needs. Whether it’s choosing the most suitable medication, exploring alternative therapies, or implementing lifestyle adjustments, our guidelines empower you with a roadmap to navigate the complexities of pediatric epilepsy management.

Empowering Families, Transforming Lives

Support Beyond Medical Advice

We are aware that providing for a child with epilepsy involves more than just visiting the doctor.
. Our Practice Guidelines for Pediatric Epilepsy not only provide expert medical advice but also offer resources and support to help families thrive. From educational materials to community networks, we’re dedicated to equipping you with the tools and knowledge needed to ensure your child’s well-being and happiness

Drawing of a young patient with pediatric epilepsy, encircled by medical symbols and a caring medical staffPRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR PEDIATRIC EPILEPSY
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