4.8.1: Control of epilepsy

Part of chapter 4 Central Nervous System, section 4.8 Antiepileptic drugs

High-level prescribing trends for Control of epilepsy (BNF section 4.8.1) across all GP practices in NHS England for the last five years. You can explore prescribing trends for this section by CCG, or learn more about this site.

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Brivaracetam (0408010AL)
Cannabidiol (0408010AM)
Carbamazepine (0408010C0)
Clobazam (040801060)
Clonazepam (0408010F0)
Eslicarbazepine Acetate (0408010AI)
Ethosuximide (0408010I0)
Felbamate (0408010AA)
Gabapentin (0408010G0)
Lacosamide (0408010AH)
Lamotrigine (0408010H0)
Levetiracetam (0408010A0)
Mesuximide (0408010K0)
Other Preparations (040801000)
Oxcarbazepine (0408010D0)
Perampanel (0408010AK)
Phenobarbital (0408010N0)
Phenobarbital Sod (0408010P0)
Phenytoin (0408010Z0)
Phenytoin Sodium (0408010Q0)
Pregabalin (0408010AE)
Primidone (0408010U0)
Retigabine (0408010AJ)
Rufinamide (0408010AF)
Semisodium Valproate (0408010AC)
Sodium Valproate (0408010W0)
Stiripentol (0408010AG)
Sultiame (0408010Y0)
Tiagabine (0408010AB)
Topiramate (040801050)
Valproic Acid (040801020)
Vigabatrin (0408010X0)
Zonisamide (0408010AD)