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Hyperlipidemia in patients newly treated with anticonvulsants: A population study

Epilepsia

Jan 9, 2020

Scott MintzerScott Keith

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To determine the incidence of hyperlipidemia after first anticonvulsant treatment for seizures, using a large US administrative claims database. We obtained data from the MarketScan Commercial and Medicare databases for 2005-2009 for all adult patients newly treated with an anticonvulsa...read more

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Anticonvulsant Therapy
Hyperlipidemia
Follow-up
Primidone
Agent
Carbamazepine
Phenytoin
Population Study (Research Activity)
Seizures
Medical History
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Hyperlipidemia in patients newly treated with anticonvulsants: A population study

Epilepsia

Jan 9, 2020

Scott MintzerScott Keith

PMID: 31912492

DOI: 10.1111/epi.16420

Abstract

To determine the incidence of hyperlipidemia after first anticonvulsant treatment for seizures, using a large US administrative claims database. We obtained data from the MarketScan Commercial and Medicare databases for 2005-2009 for all adult patients newly treated with an anticonvulsa...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Anticonvulsant Therapy
Hyperlipidemia
Follow-up
Primidone
Agent
Carbamazepine
Phenytoin
Population Study (Research Activity)
Seizures
Medical History
41
1

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